77 minutes · October 12, 2020
We may not see the likes of James Baker again. His influence on American politics, governance and diplomacy spans four presidents bridging two centuries. His rarified career that took him from the tennis courts of Houston to the palace courts for world capitals is captured in the best seller, “The Man Who Ran Washington: The Life and Times of James A. Baker III,” from New York Times’ Chief White House Correspondent, Peter Baker, and Susan Glasser, Staff Writer for the New Yorker.
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