"Nevada in 2010," writes New Yorker Staff Writer Nicholas Lemann
, "is a kind of pilgrims' shrine for people who don't like the direction the American government has taken since 2008, when Democrats had control of both houses of Congress and won the White House." Lemann visited Nevada to see what both candidates were doing to win the race that continues to be far too close to call. We talk with Nicholas Lemann about that he found when he came west.
, staff writer, The New Yorker and author of Desert Storm"
which looks at the U.S. Senate race in Nevada