Joseph diGenova

By interviewer Carl Stern

Joseph diGenova is a subject for whom no interviewing skills are necessary as he proved in an oral history taken in 2003. He has a no-holds-barred viewpoint on just about everything. Take, for example, his opinion on electing judges, “it’s a terrible system.” Or his description of Washington D.C.: “A small southern town with sixty-two square miles of gossip” but “no better place to be.” Read the entire article.