Michael Kinsley talks with Frank Foer of The New Republic about his new book, PLEASE DON'T REMAIN CALM.
One of our nation's leading journalists, Michael Kinsley has been editor of The New Republic, an editor at Harper's and the Economist. He founded Slate and now writes a column for Time. PLEASE DON'T REMAIN CALM is a collection of his editorial writing since 1995, covering the end of the Clinton era through the two terms of George W. Bush. In addition to political essays, Kinsley also writes about the future of newspapers, the existence of God, and why powerful women love Law and Order.