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Posted at 12:22 PM ET, 10/07/2011

Read this: Anita Hill; Herman Cain; Jack Abramoff


Anita Hill, back in D.C. on a book tour. (Melina Mara/The Washington Post)


“I know that testimony was not in vain.”


Anita Hill, back in the news 20 years after the Clarence Thomas hearings and publicly talking about it, now that she’s published a new book on gender and race, reports our colleague Krissah Thompson.

In other news: You’ll be relieved to know that Herman Cain will not appoint a jihadist to his Cabinet, or so he tells our colleague Sandhya Somashekhar. Catching up with the GOP candidate who surged in the polls while no one was watching. . . And fear not, Jack Abramoff won’t get rich off his book deal: He’s obligated to pay his victims $23 million in restitution, reports Al Kamen.

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