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Then, Dan Rather has been working in the news business for nearly 70 years. A longtime anchor of CBS News, he now runs his own production company called News and Guts, and has amassed a significant following on Facebook. He talks to Diane about our unique political moment.
- Dan Rather President and CEO, News and Guts; author of several books including "What Unites Us"; former anchor of the CBS Evening News.
- Rebecca Traister Writer at large, New York magazine; contributing editor, Elle; author of "All The Single Ladies: Unmarried Women and the Rise of an Independent Nation"
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