Diane talks with Theodore Johnson, a senior fellow at the Brennan Center for Justice and an expert in race and electoral politics.
Novelist Sue Miller talks about her new novel, “While I Was Gone” (Knopf). It tells the story of a woman whose settled life as a wife, mother, and doctor is disrupted when a former housemate settles in her town.
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