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Daniel Schorr

When our Political Junkie Ken Rudin takes the stage at the Newseum, all eyes are generally on him — odd are, hilarious expressions and quips will soon spill forth. Today, however, it's safe to say he may be upstaged: Dan Schorr joins us, journalist of journalists, in the museum of news, on the eve of this historic election. Formally, he joins us to mark the paperback release of his book, Come to Think of It: Notes on the Turn of the Millennium, but really, we'll use any excuse to get him on. When Dan speaks, I listen, so today I'm all ears.



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