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Author Robert Caro talks about his new book "The Passage of Power: The Years of Lyndon Johnson." watch
Publishing executive Jane Friedman's 4,062-square-foot Manhattan duplex has been used for scores of literary get-togethers since she finished it about five years ago, including fetes for authors like Toni Morrison and Robert Caro. Lauren Schuker gives us a tour on Lunch Break.
Stephen King, Nora Roberts and Robert Caro are among the hundreds of authors who have added their names to an online letter criticizing Amazon.com for restricting access to works published by Hachette Book Group. The letter, initiated by Hachette author Douglas Preston, urged Amazon to resolve its standoff with Hachette over e-book prices and other issues. Readers were asked to email Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos at email@example.com and 'tell him what you think.
In this episode: Racing legend Niki Lauda, former Secret Service agent Clint Hill, historians Doris Kearns Goodwin and Robert Caro, and a look at Ken Burns' new documentary project on The Gettysburg Address. Also: Politico's Mike Allen on the Senate's new rule and TIME's Nancy Gibbs on the broken promise of Obamacare.
Historian Robert Caro discusses biography, history, and storytelling.
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Author Robert Caro stops by to discuss his book "The Passage of Power: The Years of Lyndon Johnson."
Robert Caro, author "The Passage of Power"
Author Robert Caro talks about his new book "The Passage of Power: The Years of Lyndon Johnson."
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