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from the cover

    BOOKS: 'All Things at Once'

    At the outset, please know that I like the television personality Mika Brzezinski and am a regular viewer of the wake-up chatter show she co-hosts - "Morning Joe" - with former Congressman Joe Scarborough and their cast of jolly cronies. Mika's program persona is that of the serious one of the team, the one who reads the hard-news bulletins and who regularly has to damp down the flights of craziness that the faux-folksy Mr. Scarborough lapses into. You get the feeling you would like to work with Mika, to be her next-door neighbor.

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