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Ron Suskind's in-depth writing often sparks controversy

By Mark Jurkowitz
Globe Staff / January 27, 2004

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NEW YORK -- Leaning forward and speaking in his animated style, Ron Suskind discusses his view that the nation's public-policy debates are too politicized. He talks passionately about the need for "truth therapy" and of finding a way "out of the food-fight model of public discourse." Then he laughs. (Full Article: 1588 Words)

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