On the occasion of Bob Dole's dramatic resignation from the Senate Wednesday, Senator Christopher Dodd, a Democrat from Connecticut and chairman of the Democratic National Committee, reflects on the presidential candidate. Dole's opposition in the presidential race could be what Senator John McCain calls "the biggest fight of President Clinton's political life.'' Then, two journalists, Todd Purdum of The New York Times and E.J. Dionne of The Washington Post and the Brookings Institution, reflect on Dole's decision to leave the senate and what it could mean for President Clinton. Finally, David Foster Wallace, author of the 1,000 page Jest, Jonathan Franzen, author of Strong, and Mark Leyner, author of Tooth Imprints on a Corn Dog are on to talk about the future of fiction in the information age.moreless
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