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Before she died last year at age 84, legendary Washington Post publisher Katharine Graham saw her hometown evolve from a provincial southern city to the capital of the world. Her excitement and fascination with Washington are reflected in a collection of over one hundred writings about her beloved city. Diane talks with her editor, Bob Gottlieb, and her colleagues, Ben Bradlee and Sally Quinn, about the just-published Katharine Graham’s Washington.
- Robert Gottlieb Former Editor-in-Chief of Knopf Publishers and The New Yorker
- Ben Bradlee Vice-President-at-Large and former Executive Editor of the Washington Post
- Sally Quinn Writer on leave from the Washington Post, and author of "The Party," "Regrets Only," and other books
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