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October 20, 2006

Spencer Ackerman leaves The New Republic

Spencer Ackerman is leaving The New Republic:

On Wednesday, The New Republic and I parted ways, ending my four-year association with the magazine. The ostensible reason for my release concerns my relationship with Franklin Foer and the magazine's other editors. However, the irreconcilable ideological differences between myself and the top editors at the magazine have been clear to me for months now, and clear to them as well.

It's TNR's loss. All the best to Spencer in the next phase of his career.

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This is great news!

Finally, I don't need to bother even looking inside the magazine anymore.

Just a side thought, you can access subscription articles from the New Republic for free with this download called netpass.

http://www.congoo.com/netpass/install

I just saw this on google news

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