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Tuesday, May 20, 2008

Former U.S. Senator from Rhode Island Lincoln Chafee, a moderate Republican, reviews the first six years of the Bush presidency from an insider's perspective. Also: Margot Livesey's new novel.

Tomorrow, Wednesday, May 21, word maven Patricia T. O'Conner joins us to talk about the differences between American and British English. Tell us your favorite Americanisms vs. Britishisms!

Guests:

Lincoln Chafee and Margot Livesey

Bush, Behind the Scenes

Former U.S. Senator Lincoln Chafee, a moderate Republican, reviews the first six years of the Bush presidency from an insider’s perspective. He says the Republican party needs to change dramatically if it is to survive and succeed. His new book is Against the Tide: How a Compliant Congress Empowered ...

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The House of Fortune Street

Margot Livesey's latest novel, The House on Fortune Street, tells the story of Dara MacLeod, a young London therapist, by using multiple perspectives on her life.

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Open Phones: Primary Season

We take your calls on the ongoing primary season. What are your thoughts on the candidates? Are you energized for the general election, despite a sometimes-grueling primary season? Call us at 212-433-9692.

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