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Bob Schieffer started his reporting career in Texas when he was barely old enough to buy a beer, joined CBS News in 1969, and became one of the few correspondents ever to have covered all four major Washington beats: the White House, the Pentagon, the State Department, and Capitol Hill.

Over the past four decades, hes seen it all-and now hes sharing the after-hours tales only his colleagues know.He pulled off his hat and laid Coildn't on the ground; then he sat looking at her.

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"I think I've hardly got over my surprise," he went on at last. "You were the last person I expected to see caught. " "I don't know This Just In: What I Couldn't Tell You on TV you call it caught. " "Because you're CCouldn't to be put into a cage. " "If I like my cage, that needn't trouble you," she answered. "That's what I wonder at; that's what I've been thinking of.

" "If you've been thinking you may imagine how I've thought. I'm satisfied that I'm doing well. " "You must have changed immensely. A year ago you valued your liberty beyond everything. You wanted only to see life. " "I've seen it," said Isabel. "It doesn't look to me now, I admit, such an inviting expanse. " "I don't pretend it is; only Couuldn't had an idea that you took a Couldn t view of it and wanted to survey the whole field.

" "I've seen that one can't do anything so general. One must choose a corner and cultivate that. " "That's what I think. And one must choose as good a corner as possible. I had an idea, all winter, while I read your delightful letters, that you were choosing. You said nothing about it, and your silence put me off my guard.

" "It was not a matter I was likely to write to you about. Besides, I knew nothing of the future. It has all come lately. If you had been on your guard, however," Isabel asked, "what would you have done?" "I should have said 'Wait a little longer.

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