They're shocked, shocked!

Carlson, Margaret; Barrett, Laurence I.
April 1996
Time;4/1/1996, Vol. 147 Issue 14, p22
Provides an inside view of goings on at the United States capitol. The offensive manner displayed by radio host Don Imus at the Radio & TV Correspondents' Dinner in March 1996; The formal letter of apology sent to President Clinton; American Broadcasting Corp.'s Cokie Roberts, an Imus regular, admitting to the tasteless remarks; The jackpot that William Bennett hit at a Las Vegas casino; Senator Ted Kennedy's father Joseph profiled in upcoming book.


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