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Sunday February 23rd, 2020 2:08AM

LISTEN: Ed Moser, "The White House's Unruly Neighborhood"

By Bill Maine Executive Vice President & General Manager

Bill Maine talks to Ed Moser about his book "The White House's Unruly Neighborhood: Crime, Scandal and INtrigue in the HIstory of Lafayette Square." It's the stories that would have made your time in history class more enjoyable.

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LISTEN: Ed Moser, "The White House's Unruly Neighborhood"
Talk about a wild neighborhood and you're talking about Lafayette Square in Washington D.C.
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