Full episode 179: Cicero Act Three War By Other Means Share a clip ByIra GlassAlex Kotlowitz Despite the town's resistance, Hispanics now make up three quarters of the population. And yet the incumbent Town President, Betty Loren-Maltese, seems likely to win the next election. We learn how she's maintaining her hold on power. (10 minutes) More in GovernmentView all 695: Everyone's a Critic Feb. 28, 2020 Act Two: Mr. Chen Goes to Wuhan An average Chinese citizen decides to go to Wuhan, the heart of the coronavirus epidemic, to see for himself what’s happening there. 688: The Out Crowd Nov. 15, 2019 Act One: Goodbye, Stranger Los Angeles Times reporter Molly O’Toole talks to U.S. asylum officers—the people who end up sending migrants back to Mexico. 686: Umbrellas Up Oct. 18, 2019 Act One: The Cursed Generation A bunch of 22-year-olds from Hong Kong explain why they are cursed and what that means for their and Hong Kong’s future. (17 minutes) More by Ira GlassView all 730: The Empty Chair Jan. 22, 2021 Act Three: There’s a German Word for That Ira Glass talks to journalist Jochen Bittner about a political lie from 1920s Germany and the lessons it holds for 2020s America. 728: Lights, Camera, Christmas! Dec. 25, 2020 Act Two: Deer in the Footlights Ira talks with Connie Rex about the deer she and her sisters kidnapped and ended up putting into their school’s Christmas pageant in Woodruff, Utah, in a starring role. 717: Audience of One Sept. 11, 2020 Act Four: The Kid Namastays in the Picture Jaime Amor does yoga storytelling for kids.