Egypt’s revolution has raised new uncertainties about the future of peace in the Middle East. Last week, an opposition leader in Egypt announced the irrelevance of the 1978 Camp David Accords that led to 30 years of peace with Israel. Dick talks with William Quandt, one of the people at Camp David, about what that event taught him about how enemies can work together and find a solution. The memory gives him confidence in Egypt in the important days ahead. Also in this episode: tales from a "divorce ranch." And: following up with the Boggiano brothers.