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#824 Hark! A Migrant (Worker)
Kate Beaton has written the best book about the oil sands, ever. It's a nonfiction comic book called Ducks, and it's about class in Canada as much as it's about anything. She talks with Jesse about what it's like to be a migrant worker in your own country.
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Kate Beaton has written the best book about the oil sands, ever. It’s a nonfiction comic book called Ducks, and it’s about class in Canada as much as it’s about anything. She talks with Jesse about what it’s like to be a migrant worker in your own country.

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