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Mental Health Parity; Curationism; Lincoln's Second Inaugural Address

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Are people with mental health issues able to access the same level of care as someone with physical problems? We dig into gaps in mental health treatment for consumers with insurance . And some of the concerns of providers themselves.

Then – we live in a world of infinite choices, from the music we put on our phones, to the details we reveal on dating apps. In the art world and beyond, when does curation begin and end? 

Plus: 150 years ago today, Abraham Lincoln stood atop the East steps of the U.S. Capitol, and in 700 words captured the heartbeat of a country near the end of a bloody war. We talk about Lincoln’s Second Inaugural address with Lincoln scholar Richard Striner.