In 2007, neuroscientist Lisa Genova self-published her first novel, “Still Alice.” It tells the story of a Harvard psychology professor and her experience with early-onset Alzheimer’s disease. The book became a best-seller and is now a major motion picture. Join Diane and her guests for a discussion of “Still Alice.”
As the new year begins, Diane and her guests look ahead to the new presidency and talk about what 2001 may bring for the nation’s capital and the rest of the country.
- Norman Ornstein is resident scholar at the American Enterprise Institute; coauthor with Thomas Mann of "The Broken Branch: How Congress Is Failing America and How to Get It Back on Track."
- Josette Shiner deputy United States Trade Representative
- Andrew Kohut director of the Pew Research Center for the People and the Press
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