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Peter Navarro, White House director of trade and manufacturing policy, has admitted quoting a fictional character in several of his nonfiction books. Win McNamee/Getty Images hide caption

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White House Adviser Peter Navarro Calls Fictional Alter Ego An 'Inside Joke'

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'Geography of Risk' Calculates Who Pays When A Storm Comes To Shore

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18th Century Butts, Moving Statues And Other 'Metropolitan Stories'

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In 'Heaven, My Home' Attica Locke Shows A Part Of Texas We Don't Usually See

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The War On Terrorism, Through The Eyes Of 3 Women At The CIA

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