As the Senate majority leader, Senator Harry Reid draws on his willingness to compromise and reach across the aisle. In this crucial election year, he faces some of the most gnarled problems of his career: Iraq, the economy, the possibility of a brokered Democratic convention, grumbling about some of the Senate leadership, profoundly partisan sentiments in Washington, and the intricate headaches of a patent reform bill.Find out how he's tackling these and other issues, what he thinks is going on with the Democratic presidential race, and why he was called "Pinky", as he discusses his new book, The Good Fight: Hard Lessons from Searchlight to Washington.More
Senator Harry Reid has been the Senate Majority leader since 2007, and his practical nature and years of hard-won wisdom come through clearly as he discusses his book The Good Fight: Hard Lessons from Searchlight to Washington. Senator Reid doesn't shy away from tough questions on topics ranging from Iraq, the economy, problems within the Senate - including deep partisan wedges - and the challenges of a patent-reform bill. Journalist Jeff Greenfield peppers Senator Reid with critical questions, and the pair's sometimes-antagonistic back-and-forth is the source of many entertaining sparks.
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