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From 2006: Writer Tom Wolfe on journalism and voyeurism

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From 2006: Writer Tom Wolfe on journalism and voyeurism
An acclaimed practitioner of "new journalism" and author of such bestsellers as "The Right Stuff" and "The Bonfire of the Vanities," writer Tom Wolfe died on Monday, May 14, 2018. In this interview with CBS News' Harry Smith originally broadcast on "Sunday Morning" January 15, 2006, Wolfe talks about his journey from newspaper reporter to novelist; the difference between journalism and voyeurism; and his iconic white suits (which he admits he began wearing "by accident").

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