Coming to DC’s Politics & Prose bookstore on March 5, 2022, former fellow Andrew Rice will speak with Olivia Nuzzi about his soon-to-be-published book: The Year That Broke America: An Immigration Crisis, a Terrorist Conspiracy, the Summer of Survivor, a Ridiculous Fake Billionaire, a Fight for Florida, and the 537 Votes That Changed Everything (Harper).

It’s been called the definitive cultural and political history of the fatefully important time for American politics and culture: the year 2000.

Andrew Rice (Uganda, 2002-2004) is a contributing editor at New York magazine and author of The Teeth May Smile but the Heart Does Not Forget. He’s a former staff writer at The Hill and The Observer and was a cub political reporter in the year 2000.

Olivia Nuzzi is Washington correspondent for New York magazine.


Politics & Prose
Saturday, March 5, 2022 – 5:00pm
1270 5th Street NE,
Washington, DC 20002

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Top photo: Election protest at the US Supreme Court, Washington DC on December 11, 2000 (Elvert Barnes, Wikimedia Commons)