10 Questions for Bill Richardson

As a former U.N. ambassador, Bill Richardson, 58, has a knack for persevering in sticky situations. The New Mexico Governor, who titled his new autobiography Between Worlds--The Making of an American Life, spoke with TIME's Karen Tumulty about his possible bid to become the first Latino President, the shocking grooming habits of some world leaders and his storied baseball career.

YOU'VE BEEN SPOTTED IN PRESIDENTIAL RUN-UP PLACES LIKE NEW HAMPSHIRE. WHAT'S IT GOING TO TAKE FOR A DEMOCRAT TO WIN THE WHITE HOUSE AGAIN? First, we have to have a candidate who appeals to the South and the West and pockets...

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