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'The Anglo Files: A Field Guide To The British'

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'The Anglo Files: A Field Guide To The British'

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The U.S. may have a special relationship with Britain, but there's a lot that divides Americans and Brits. Sarah Lyall, author of The Anglo Files: A Field Guide to the British, talks with Linda Wertheimer. The book details British people and their character. In one section of the book, Lyall explores Brits and booze.

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