Lee Miringoff; Debating the Democratic Nominee; FBI Surveillance of Writers; Gail Sheehy; William Wegman

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Monday 04/06/1992

Lee Miringoff addresses Bill Clinton's recent success in the polls. Author Norman Mailer and columnist Nat Hentoff debate which candidate deserves to be the Democratic nominee for president. Natalie Robins, Norman Mailer, and William F. Buckley, Jr. explore the discovery that the FBI kept surveillance files on popular writers, including Mailer and Buckley. Vanity Fair's Gail Sheehy gives insight into the Clinton marriage and their political strategy. Artist William Wegman discusses his canine photography.