How was Elizabeth Edwards able to remain positive in the face of the death of her teenage son, a diagnosis of breast cancer and her husband's defeat as John Kerry's running mate in the 2004 presidential election? In her new book, "Saving Graces," she describes the personal trials she's faced and how she drew strength from the support of the community around her.
Following the broadcast of her interview with NBC Nightly News Anchor & Managing Editor Brian Williams [click to watch the video], MSNBC.com caught up with Edwards on her cell phone to answer questions from readers.
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