Hillary Clinton and the Campaign Media "Freak Show"
Complete video at: http://fora.tv/2008/01/15/New_Republic_s_2008_Guide_to_the_Candidates New Republic Senior Editor Michael Crowley criticizes media coverage of U.S. Presidential elections, and speculates as to its effects on New Hampshire's 2008 Democratic primary. ----- The New Republic's 2008 Guide to the Candidates: A Celebration. In early 2005, Editor Frank Foer made a commitment to covering the 2008 presidential candidates with a fresh lens. This "fresh" angle included profiles of major contenders from both political parties. The effort was met with a hugely positive response. Of the Barack Obama profile, George Stephanopolous said, "The New Republic has the best and most comprehensive take on Obama that I have seen." The profiles have now been compiled into a book - TNR's 2008 Guide to the Candidates - along with news, analysis, and insight into the individuals running in the broadest presidential field in decades - Sixth & I Historic Synagogue Michael Crowley is an American journalist, and currently senior editor and columnist at The New Republic magazine. He is also a frequent contributor to GQ magazine, Slate.com, the Readers Digest, and the Washington City Paper. He guest-blogged for a time at Talking Points Memo. He grew up in New Haven, Connecticut, graduating from Philips Exeter Academy in 1990 and Yale in 1994.
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