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Slate's Michael Kinsley: Novak Shields His Source

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Slate's Michael Kinsley: Novak Shields His Source

Slate's Michael Kinsley: Novak Shields His Source

Slate's Michael Kinsley: Novak Shields His Source

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Slate founding editor Michael Kinsley talks with NPR's Alex Chadwick about journalist Robert Novak and his decision to stay silent about a White House source who "outed" an undercover CIA agent married to a diplomat who discredited a key nuclear weapons allegation against Iraq.

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