Journalist Rick Perlstein talks Snowden, Schlafly, and the jazz-like rhythm of writing

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Patti Vazquez, Elliott Serrano and Dr. Charles Turck are joined in-studio by journalist and author Rick Perlstein, whose book The Invisible Bridge: The Fall of Nixon and the Rise of Reagan is the latest of his works exploring American conservatism.  Perlstein gives an impromptu review of Oliver Stone’s Snowden, the political (and trolling) legacy of Phyllis Schlafly, his fascination with the “in-the-moment” vibe of jazz, the difference between the Republican and Democratic approaches to debate and planning for future elections, and more.