Washington and the World: 2001-2005

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University Press of America, 2006 - History - 295 pages
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No one has better covered the momentous events of 2001-2005 more intently than syndicated columnist Llewellyn King. As White House correspondent, broadcaster, and leading journalist for more than three decades, King has delighted and informed millions in America and worldwide. This enlightening and entertaining collection of his columns and commentaries is a detailed, shrewd, and informed account of the times we have so recently lived through. With King's distinctive voice and delightful eye for the absurd, Washington and the World is a fascinating, insightful, and informative read.

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Llewellyn King is a Washington-based essayist and syndicated columnist who has won numerous awards for his informed, graceful writing on national and international affairs. He has written for publications such as TIME and the Washington Post; is the host of the nationally televised public television talk show, "White House Chronicle"; and has broadcast for the BBC and NPR.

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