Democratic Illinois senator and presidential candidate Barack Obama discusses his intense efforts to differentiate his leadership qualifications. Then, Valerie Plame Wilson tells her story of how and why she was exposed and the politics detailed in her new book, Fair Game: My Life as a Spy, My Betrayal by the White House
. Then, best-selling author Walter Mosley discusses his new book Blonde Faith
, which may seal the fate of his famous character Easy Rawlins. And we'll talk with Genarlow Wilson about his release from prison after serving time for engaging in consensual oral sex with a teenage girl when he was 17. Reverend Jesse Jackson discusses some of the issues of race that are dominating the headlines, and Janie Hendrix, the sister of Jimi Hendrix, shares a new book celebrating the legendary guitarist's life through art, pictures and music. [Broadcast Date: November 3, 2007]
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