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It was heady times when Tom Agee was working as an ad executive in the early 1970s, and his agency was engaged in a campaign to elect the first Republican senator in Virginia for 100 years.. Audio
American novelist, essayist, and critic, whose books include Watergate: a Novel and Finale: a Novel of the Reagan Years. He is a guest at the Auckland Writers Festival. Audio
Writer, correspondent, and editor for 33 years at Time and Newsweek, and author of nine books. His new "psycho-biography" is Being Nixon: A Man Divided.
Founder of Murphy, Falcon & Murphy in Maryland, who represents the family of Freddie Gray, who suffered a fatal spinal injury while in Baltimore police custody. Audio
Managing editor of TIME magazine, who has written over a hundred TIME cover stories, and visted in New Zealand as a guest of Fulbright NZ, on their John F Kennedy Memorial Fellowship. Audio