This Just In: What I Couldn't Tell You on TV

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Penguin, Jan 6, 2004 - Biography & Autobiography - 464 pages
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Bob Schieffer started his reporting career in Texas when he was barely old enough to buy a beer, joined CBS News in 1969, and became one of the few correspondents ever to have covered all four major Washington beats: the White House, the Pentagon, the State Department, and Capitol Hill. Over the past four decades, he's seen it all-and now he's sharing the after-hours tales only his colleagues know.
 

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I am a fan of Bob Schaefer--one of a small number of journalists I trust and admire. I watch his show every Sunday morning because it is a real news show unlike so much fluff in the news today. Interesting insights into history and the news. Read full review

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I am a fan of Bob Schaefer--one of a small number of journalists I trust and admire. I watch his show every Sunday morning because it is a real news show unlike so much fluff in the news today. Interesting insights into history and the news. Read full review

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Bob Schieffer has been at CBS News since 1969, where he is one of the very few correspondents to have covered all four major Washington beats: the White House, Pentagon, State Department, and Capitol Hill. He is now CBS's chief Washington correspondent, and anchor and moderator of "Face the Nation,

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