Rick Perlstein wrote Nixonland: The Rise of a President and the Fracturing of America by Scribner.
Rick Perlstein talked about the relationship between President Richard Nixon and the youth counter-culture. He said that the riots and turmoil of the time gave notoriety to President Nixon while at the same time leading to his landslide win in 1972. He discussed his book with Elizabeth Taylor. He answered questions from members of the audience.
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Michael Dizon Manager Chicago Tribune->Communications
Eric "Rick" S. Perlstein Senior Fellow Campaign for America's Future
Elizabeth Taylor Literary Editor Chicago Tribune
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