Molly Ivins on 'Political Animals' Molly Ivins calls politics the finest form of free entertainment ever invented. And after two decades of sniping at political figures large and small, she's still laughing. Ivins joins NPR's Neal Conan to talk about her new book and reflect on her career.
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Molly Ivins on 'Political Animals'

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Molly Ivins on 'Political Animals'

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Molly Ivins on 'Political Animals'

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Molly Ivins calls politics the finest form of free entertainment ever invented. And after two decades of sniping at political figures large and small, she's still laughing. Ivins joins NPR's Neal Conan to talk about her new book and reflect on her career.

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Molly Ivins, syndicated columnist and author of Who Let the Dogs In: Incredible Political Animals I Have Known