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Historian and journalist Haynes Johnson’s new book looks at life in America during the ’90s — the ups and downs of the Clinton presidency, the economy, and more. He joins Diane to discuss both what we went through in the last decade, and how things are changing in the ’00s.
- Haynes Johnson journalist, historian and author
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