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Gibbs at her second home, which is to say the White House; over the course of an exceptional career, she interviewed five American Presidents

EVERY PARAGRAPH MUST EARN ITS sentences, every sentence its words. To have worked with TIME editor-in-chief Nancy Gibbs is to have heard it a thousand times. But this is no mere maxim of economy. It reflects her values as a journalist, values Nancy

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