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AIR DATE: May 30, 2013

If you want to know how corrupt your capital is, you might want to start by looking on a map. A recent study by a Harvard researcher showed a relationship between corruption and how far the capital city is from other major cities. Nevada has one of the country's most isolated capitals in Carson City. We'll talk to the researcher about whether our states fits the pattern he found.

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Filipe Campante, Professor of Public Policy, Harvard Kennedy School of Government

 

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