Meg Greenfield's Memoir

NPR's Special Correspondent Susan Stamberg talks to Katherine Graham and Michael Beschloss about journalist Meg Greenfield's memoir Washington. When Greenfield died last year, she left behind a memoir of her life in the capital. Only Beshcloss — a fellow pundit — knew about it; now he's helped get it published. Both Beschloss and Graham, the former publisher of the Washington Post, remember Greenfield — and her beloved baloney sandwiches. {Publisher of Washington, by Meg Greenfield is Public Affairs }

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