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Love him or hate him... the man responsible for the worldwide sensation, The Da Vinci Code, Dan Brown is back. His new novel, The Lost Symbol, was released this week. This time, Washington, D.C. and Freemasons are the subjects. David Furst speaks with authors Paul Dickson and Tom Allen - they have written about the history of Freemasonry in the District.

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