Joe Biden and the Post-Cheney Vice Presidency

Friday, November 27, 2009

Over the last two years, Vice President Joe Biden has gone from powerful senator to presidential contender to vice president.  As part of that ascension, he has given up some things to gain others, and as James Traub reports in this weekend's New York Times magazine, Biden is creating a job that holds considerable power in the nation's domestic and foreign agendas.

[WEB EXTRA] Listen to more from our interview with James Traub:


James Traub

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