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Ronald Brownstein on "The Hollywood-Washington Connection"

The journalist's new book, "The Power and the Glitter," looks at alliances between politicians across the ideological spectrum, and with movie stars and other celebrities. Brownstein is the national political correspondent for the Los Angeles Times.


Other segments from the episode on June 17, 1991

Fresh Air with Terry Gross, June 17, 1991: Interview with Joseph Vasquez; Commentary on the song "Sally Go Round the Roses"; Interview with Ronald Brownstein; Review of the television show "P.O.V."


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