Jeanette Winterson's Christmas and Obama's Legacy

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David Remnick assesses the successes and failures of the Obama Presidency with some of the New Yorker's heavyweight politics reporters. Jeanette Winterson remembers Christmas as a singular bright spot in her Dickensian childhood, and the poet Ocean Vuong shares one of his favorite places to write: a busy Asian food court in Flushing, Queens.

Image: Matthew Hollister

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Host:
David Remnick