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Brooke Gladstone talks the press, the president and reality at the Newseum

Posted: June 4, 2017 | Tags: presidency

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Brooke Gladstone of WNYC speaks about her new book and post-election reflections.

Since Nov. 9, Brooke Gladstone has been asking “now what?” 

As co-host of “On the Media,” a weekly radio program and podcast from WNYC, Gladstone began her first post-election episode with an attempt at answering that question: 

“What happened last night made me think about what we’ve been doing the last couple of years — especially the last year — and what we ought to consider doing in the future … I think that our main role is to make what seems to be invisible to ...

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