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Rigorously researched and dramatically told, Scorpions' Dance uses long-neglected evidence to reveal a new perspective on one of America's most notorious presidential scandals.
Jefferson Morley is a journalist and editor who has worked in Washington journalism for over thirty years, fifteen of which were spent as an editor and reporter at The Washington Post. The author of The Ghost, Our Man in Mexico, and Snow Storm in August, Morley has written about intelligence, military, and political subjects for Salon, The Atlantic, and The Intercept, among others. He is the editor of JFK Facts, a blog. He lives in Washington, DC.
Morley will be in conversation with Jeff Stein, the founding editor-in-chief of the SpyTalk newsletter, a collaborative effort of veteran national security journalists launched in August 2020, which is now supplemented by a weekly podcast co-hosted by former CNN anchor Jeanne Meserve. Stein originally launched the SpyTalk column in 2005 at Congressional Quarterly, where he was national security and homeland security editor. It moved to The Washington Post in 2010, and to Newsweek for seven years in 2012. Stein was an Army intelligence case officer in Vietnam, and has authored three books, including A Murder in Wartime: The Untold Spy Story that Changed the Course of the Vietnam War.