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Pulitzer-Prize winning writer GARRY WILLS

Pulitzer-Prize winning writer GARRY WILLS

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Pulitzer-Prize winning writer GARRY WILLS. He analyzed the Gettysburg Address in the book, "Lincoln At Gettysburg: The Words That Remade America." He's written other books on Nixon, Reagan and Kennedy, as well as a critical profile of Ross Perot. His latest book is a look at the relationship between politics and popular culture via celebrity, "John Wayne's America: the Politics of Celebrity" (Simon & Schuster). WILLS also wrote a recent piece for The New York Times about President Clinton at midcourse. (Jan 19, 1997).12:28:30 FORWARD PROMO (:29)12:29:00 I.D. BREAK (:59)12:

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