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It's a Left-Handed Show

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Lefties have been scorned as evil, and celebrated as superior. But, like so many things in life, being a southpaw is not so easily defined. 

This hour, we explore some of the advantages and disadvantages of being left-handed in a right-handed world. Lefties may earn less in the labor market, but are they more likely to be elected to the Oval Office or shine on the sports field? 

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Colin McEnroe, Lydia Brown, Jonathan McNicol, and Chion Wolf contributed to this show. 

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