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June 28, 2022 54 min

​This episode debuts an occasional special series called "Live At…" wherein we record a live conversation at an independent bookstore. From Charleston, South Carolina, we bring you Live at Buxton Books.

CNN political analyst Bakari Sellers, author of the NY Times bestseller My Vanishing Country, speaks with  CNN political analyst and NY Times national correspondent Jonathan Martin. 

Set against the backdrop of the January 6th hearings, these two friends and colleagues discuss Jonathan’s new book This Will Not Pass, which he co-authored with Alexander Burns. This riveting work presents an inside look at the political events leading up to the January 6th insurrection, first hand reporting inside the Capitol on that fateful day and a detailed look at the political aftermath over the past 15 months. You will hear never before revealed stories, both hilarious and horrifying, of current figures who have been at the center of this political maelstrom.

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