P.O. Box 3451
Tues. December 7, 1999
Mon. December 6, 1999
husband and wife team offer their own unique perspective on the Washington scene.
Ben Bradlee's journalistic career spans the most important events of the late 20th
Century: from World War II to Vietnam, from the domestic revolutions of the '60s to the
international revolutions of the '90s. The Washington Post became a
world-renowned and respected model of fearless and innovative journalism with Ben Bradlee
as executive editor from 1968-1999.
Sally Quinn, a
best-selling author and journalist, covered Georgetown's drawing rooms and the Capital's
back rooms for the Post in the 1970s and '80s. She was renowned for her
irreverent and often controversial profiles and celebrities and politicians. Her
articles, making her famous, feared and admired. She has now earned the title of one
of Washington's top hostesses for the parties the Bradlee's throw for the rich and
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The Dalai Lama
Dr. Jeane Kirkpatrick
Ben Bradlee & Sally Quinn
Dr. Henry Kissinger
Doris Kearns Goodwin