First, Charlie speaks with President Alberto Fujimori who in his six years in office has transformed Peru, making its economy one of the fastest growing in its region and in the world. Fujimori talks about his efforts with the economy, Peru's ongoing conflict with the Shining Path guerrillas and his detractors who believe that Fujimori has too much power and has abused the rights of some of his citizens. Then, a conversation with national correspondent for Time magazine, Michael Kramer, who has just returned from a visit to Russia. He shares some insight into the upcoming election in that country which pits Boris Yeltsin against Gennady Zyuganov. Also, Richard Ford, author of Independence Day, which is the first novel ever to win both the Pulitzer Prize and the Penn/Faulkner Award, and Jack Miles, whose book, God, The Biography, has been honered in the biography category, are on to discuss their accmomplishments. Finally, Osborn Elliot, former editor-in-chief of Newsweek, remembers journalist Richard Clurman.moreless
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