Signing Off

Caldwell and Weisberg

Signing Off

Caldwell and Weisberg

Signing Off
New books dissected over email.
March 18 1999 3:55 PM

Caldwell and Weisberg

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Dear Jacob,

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A very nice summation of your case. I'll let mine rest here, too.

It's been a delight doing this Book Club with you. The two of us may not ever wind up on a presidential ticket together, but perhaps we can sit down over a cup of coffee sometime and you can try to talk some "ideals" into me.

All best,

Chris

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Christopher Caldwell is a senior writer at the Weekly Standard. Jacob Weisberg is Slate's chief critic. This week they are discussing All Too Human: A Political Education, by George Stephanopoulos (click here to buy the book).