My Conversation with Mark Green, David Margolick, David Boies and Alan Dershowitz on Eliot Spitzer

03/12/2008 06:33 pm ET | Updated May 25, 2011

New York State Governor Eliot Spitzer's resignation on Wednesday morning
marked the abrupt end of a political career that just last year seemed
blessed. Although his time in public office is over, the discussion of his
legacy and the sex scandal will continue, especially if he faces criminal
charges. Last night I interviewed four people that know him or have
observed him closely. I spoke with Mark Green, president of Air America
radio, David Margolick, contributing editor to Portfolio magazine, David
Boies, founding partner of the law firm Boies, Schiller, and Flexner, and
Alan Dershowitz, who taught Spitzer at Harvard Law school. Here are parts
of that conversation: