Talking Nixonland

In a rare encounter between reviewer and author, I taped a chat with Rick Perlstein of Nixonland fame a couple weeks ago, and since today is the book's release date - and it just got front-cover treatment in the NYT Book Review, courtesy of George Will - now seemed like a good time to unleash our conversation on the world.

 


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Ross Douthat is a former writer and editor at The Atlantic.

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