Mexico's Vicente Fox reflects on his remarkable presidency. Then Pulitzer Prize-winner Richard Russo discusses his new novel set in Upstate New York. Also, an ivory expert fills us in on how DNA technology can help catch elephant poachers. And two historians share their latest books, one comparing the American and French Revolutions and the other illuminating the turbulent first decades of our nation's history.
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