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Interview with James Fallows, National Correspondant, The Atlantic

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Sunday, July 7th 2013
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Directions Magazine's editor in chief Joe Francica sat down with one of America's best known journalists. In this exclusive interview, Francica speaks with James Fallows, National Correspondent for The Atlantic. Fallows was a former speech writer for President Jimmy Carter, past editor of US News and World Report and a winner of the National Magazine Award. He's a Harvard graduate and a Rhodes Scholar, and Francica asks him about the intersection of GIS and journalism. It's a fascinating interview...tune in to listen.


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