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Tuesday, July 02, 2002

In Inside the Oval Office, William Doyle puts the White House tapes, from FDR to Clinton, under scrutiny. Hear excerpts and analysis of the historic records. And the Notorious C.H.O, Margaret Cho, stops by.

William Doyle

In Inside the Oval Office, William Doyle puts the White House tapes, from FDR to Clinton, under scrutiny. Hear excerpts and analysis of the historic records and read an excerpt of Doyle's book in the Reading Room.

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Richard Rubin

Richard Rubin discusses his new memoir, Confederacy of Silence, a story of a South divided between its difficult past and uncertain future. Read an excerpt in the Reading Room.

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Eric Scigliano

Eric Scigliano recounts the long history of adoration and abuse in our relationships with elephants in his new book, Love, War & Circuses. Read an excerpt in the Reading Room.

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Margaret Cho

She's the one that we want-comedienne Margaret Cho, the Notorious C.H.O, stops by.

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