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The Washington Week Bookshelf: "To Start a War: How the Bush Administration Took America into Iraq"

August 7, 2020
On the Washington Week Extra, New York Times Magazine writer at large and National Geographic contributing writer Robert Draper discusses his latest book, "To Start a War: How the Bush Administration Took America into Iraq.”
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The Washington Week Bookshelf: “The Hardest Job in the World: The American Presidency”

July 31, 2020
On the Washington Week Extra, 60 Minutes Correspondent John Dickerson discusses his latest book, “The Hardest Job in the World: The American Presidency.”
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The Washington Week Bookshelf: “Team of Five: The Presidents Club in the Age of Trump”

July 3, 2020
On the Washington Week Extra, presidential historian Kate Andersen Brower discusses her newest book Team of Five: The President’s Club in the Age of Trump.
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The Washington Week Bookshelf: “Pelosi”

May 8, 2020
Molly Ball, author of “Pelosi,” a new biography of the speaker of the House, discussed Nancy Pelosi’s history, her leadership of the party and key moments from her career. The discussion was part of “The Washington Week Bookshelf.”
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Discussing "A Very Stable Genius" with Carol Leonnig

January 24, 2020
Moderator Robert Costa was joined by The Washington Post's Carol Leonnig. She shared insights from her recent book "A Very Stable Genius," co-written with the Post's Philip Rucker.
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Discussing "American Carnage" with Tim Alberta

October 4, 2019
In a special edition of the #WashWeekPBS Extra, Robert Costa is joined by Tim Alberta to discuss his bestselling book "American Carnage," which takes a look at how President Donald Trump has remade the GOP in his own image.
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Discussing “The Hill to Die On” with Jake Sherman

April 12, 2019
What can we learn from this new book?
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