John Dickerson, perhaps best known as the moderator of CBS’ “Face the Nation,” has released a book that will be devoured by political junkies, called “Whistlestop.”
John Dickerson, perhaps best known as the moderator of CBS’ “Face the Nation,” has released a book that will be devoured by political junkies, called “Whistlestop.” Chris Usher/CBS The Associated Press
John Dickerson, perhaps best known as the moderator of CBS’ “Face the Nation,” has released a book that will be devoured by political junkies, called “Whistlestop.” Chris Usher/CBS The Associated Press

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