Before Morgan Spurlock ate his way to liver damage in Super Size Me, Barbara Ehrenreich ignited the current craze for immersion journalism with her 2001 best-seller, Nickel and Dimed, in which she worked a series of entry-level service jobs to find out if one can get by on a minimum wage. Tonight she talks with New York Times contributor Claudia Dreifus.
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