Tim Weiner

journalist and author

Guest

Tim Weiner is the author of Legacy of Ashes: A History of the CIAEnemies: A History of the FBI and One Man against the World: The Tragedy of Richard Nixon.

A former reporter for the New York Times, Weiner won a 1988 Pulitzer Prize for his reporting while at the Philadelphia Inquirer.

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