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Franklin Foer

editor at The New Republic

Franklin Foer appears in the following:

What About Trump and Russia?

Wednesday, November 02, 2016

With recent headlines focusing on the potential of undiscovered information in Hillary Clinton's emails, Democrats retort to F.B.I. that it should investigate Donald Trump as well.

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"Amazon Must Be Stopped"

Tuesday, October 14, 2014

It's time to break up Amazon, says New Republic editor Franklin Foer, who sees the e-commerce giant as a "threat to democracy."

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How the New Republic Has Mattered

Tuesday, September 16, 2014

New Republic editor Franklin Foer discusses the magazine's 100th birthday, and the new book that compiles some of the most important essays and authors that have graced its pages.

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Decade 9/11 Conversation: Jonathan Safran Foer and Franklin Foer

Wednesday, August 31, 2011

Part three of our Decade 9/11 series of conversations: Writer Jonathan Safran Foer in conversation with his brother Franklin Foer, editor-at-large for The New Republic.

 

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The Conventional Wisdom

Friday, June 24, 2011

Last week after the Republican presidential debate the conventional wisdom was clear – Michelle Bachmann had transformed herself into a viable candidate for president. Whether or not that’s true, it raised some questions for our guest host Mike Pesca. Who forms the conventional wisdom, how has that changed over time and what, exactly, is it? Mike talks to Politico’s Mike Allen, Time’s Mark Halperin, The New Republic’s Franklin Foer, Republican operative Mark McKinnon and Washington Post political reporter Dana Millbank about political conventional wisdom.

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Pesca and Foer on the World Cup

Friday, July 02, 2010

Had they beaten Ghana, the USA would be playing this afternoon. So, why should you still care what's happening in the world cup? Mike Pesca, NPR sports correspondent, and Franklin Foer, editor at The New Republic, soccer fanatic, and author of How Soccer Explains the World: An Unlikely Theory of Globalization, join us to discuss soccer in the USA.

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