Liam McCabe is a runner, race director and NYC politician. This former City Council candidate and congressional staffer joins us to discuss the Willie McCabe Memorial run to benefit homeless veterans, why working class neighborhoods produce excellent endurance athletes and how he thwarted the Secret Service in order to meet President Clinton. Listen and learn as Liam tells us how running shaped who he is and how he sees the world.
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