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What Colbert and Springsteen Can Teach the Next President about American Power

There was something magical and even transcendental in the air last Friday at the Ed Sullivan Theater when Stephen Colbert hosted Bruce Springsteen for his first-ever interview in the "Late Show." This was a bit of rock history in the making, in line with the theater's great tradition. Like February 4, 1964, when the Beatles made their US debut on this very stage, just a few feet away from where Springsteen and Colbert had their fascinating conversation.
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