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This Town Needs an Enema

Mark Leibovich defends his insider account of DC culture

Mark Leibovich discuss new book w/ Glenn Beck This Town: Two Parties…in America’s Gilded Capital


‘This Week’ Web Extra: Mark Leibovich Answers Viewer Questions From Facebook, Twitter

“This Town” author Mark Leibovich talked to Glenn Beck on TheBlaze TV and discussed the book

Mark Leibovich on Glitz and Greed in Washington

Mark Leibovich “This Town”

“This Town” Author Mark Leibovich on Shaming D.C.’s Elite

“People now come here to get rich,” explains Mark Leibovich, chief national correspondent for The New York Times Magazine and author of the DC-centered book This Town: Two Parties and a Funeral – plus plenty of valet parking! – in America’s Gilded Capital. “Twenty years ago, theoretically, this was a city built on public service.”

From the ugly networking at Tim Russert’s funeral to the incestuous relationship between media and politicians to the naked desire to cash out on one’s “public service” by becoming a lobbyist, Leibovich’s horrifying peek at life within Washington’s elite has something to offend every American.

“What I try to do is give voice to the entire carnival here,” Leibovich tells Reason’s Nick Gillespie. “[I wanted] to give readers outside of Washington…a fuller sense of what the full movie looks like.”

Mark Leibovich, Author, “This Town”

“This Town” with the New York Times’s Mark Leibovich

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