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When longtime Washington Post editorial page editor and Newsweek columnist Meg Greenfield died in 1999, friends and colleagues learned that she’d left behind an almost-completed book detailing her observations of the nation’s capital. Several of those friends and colleagues come together to remember Meg Greenfield and to present her now-published final work, Washington, published by Public Affairs.
- Don Graham chairman of The Washington Post
- Michael Beschloss historian and literary executor of Meg Greenfield's estate
- Kate Lehrer author, most recently of "Confessions of a Bigamist."
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