New Book Digs Into The Life Of James Baker, ‘The Man Who Ran Washington’

After seven years of research and reporting, political journalists Peter Baker and Susan Glasser are out with a new book on Secretary Baker.

New Book Digs Into The Life Of James Baker, ‘The Man Who Ran Washington’
A photo of James Addison Baker III, taken by Michael Arthur Worden Evans, on the book cover of "The Man Who Ran Washington" by journalists Peter Baker and Susan Glasser Courtesy of Penguin Random House
New Book Digs Into The Life Of James Baker, ‘The Man Who Ran Washington’
A photo of James Addison Baker III, taken by Michael Arthur Worden Evans, on the book cover of "The Man Who Ran Washington" by journalists Peter Baker and Susan Glasser Courtesy of Penguin Random House

New Book Digs Into The Life Of James Baker, ‘The Man Who Ran Washington’

After seven years of research and reporting, political journalists Peter Baker and Susan Glasser are out with a new book on Secretary Baker.

Reset brings on New York Times political reporter Peter Baker to discuss his new book on the unlikely rise of James A. Baker III in Washington and his influence on the White House.

GUEST: Peter Baker, chief White House correspondent at The New York Times; co-author of The Man Who Ran Washington: The Life and Times of James A. Baker III

New Book Digs Into The Life Of James Baker, ‘The Man Who Ran Washington’
Journalists Peter Baker and Susan Glasser Doug Mills / Courtesy of Penguin Random House