Remembering Tom Wolfe, American writer with an 'anthropologist's delight'

Remembering Tom Wolfe, American writer with an 'anthropologist's delight'
New Journalism pioneer Tom Wolfe captured American culture in groundbreaking nonfiction like "The Electric Kool-Aid Acid Test" and novels like "The Bonfire of the Vanities." Journalist Susan Orlean joins Judy Woodruff to remember Wolfe, who died Tuesday at the age of 88.

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