Anyone Can Grow Up
Ms. Carlson talked about her memoir, Anyone Can Grow Up: How George Bush and I Made It to the White House, published by Simon and Schuster. She said the collection of essays and commentaries described her career as a journalist in Washington, DC, the various U.S. presidents and first ladies she has covered, and the politicians and journalists she has encountered. She also talked about raising her daughter Courtney. After her presentation Ms. Carlson answered audience members' questions. close
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