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George F. Will discusses his book, “The Morning After.” He begins by explaining why he believes the printed word is the most important way of communicating knowledge and carrying ideas. The book is a collection of articles he has written on different topics for various publications. He discusses how the book is divided into several sections: articles on culture, politics, and news. He talks about the way Ronald Reagan communicates knowledge to the public, and how he defines a clear and simple plan. Will describes that although he writes on politics frequently, he could never stop being a writer. He discusses his early life and how important books and reading was in his academic family. He ends the interview by explaining why democracy can theoretically work for every nation.