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  • ...ner [[John Cowles, Jr.]], prompting resignations from many of the magazine's star contributors and staffers. ...senior editor at [[Time magazine]], was hired to replace Morris as Harper's ninth editor, serving in that position from [[1971]] until [[1976]].
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  • |type=magazine |image=November 2004 Cover of Harper's Magazine.jpg
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  • ...ner [[John Cowles, Jr.]], prompting resignations from many of the magazine's star contributors and staffers. ...senior editor at [[Time magazine]], was hired to replace Morris as Harper's ninth editor, serving in that position from [[1971]] until [[1976]].
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  • |type=magazine |image=November 2004 Cover of Harper's Magazine.jpg
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  • ...ing story surrounding Jeffrey Epstein]]. She was included in Time magazine's 100 Most Influential People of 2020.<ref>http://archive.today/2022.01.28-21
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  • |URL=http://www.lobster-magazine.co.uk/ |wikipedia=https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lobster_(magazine)
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  • |constitutes=Magazine |description=Business magazine
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  • |parents=M. W. B. Knight, S. E. F. Knight ...he was the second youngest [[The Economist/Editor|editor]] in the magazine's history.
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  • |description=Co-founder of ''[[Time Magazine]]'' with [[Henry Luce]], who gained hold of company after Hadden died prema |employer=Time Magazine
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  • |description=UK news reporter who also writes for [[Lobster Magazine]]. ...for Marks and Spencer, the [[Owen Oyston Affair]]<ref>https://www.lobster-magazine.co.uk/articles/lob34-03.htm</ref> and Royal Navy espionage in [[Japan]].<re
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  • |wikipedia=https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Expo_(magazine) |name=''Expo magazine''
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  • ..., the "anti-war" magazine; publishing articles in Horowitz's [[FrontPage]] magazine; co-author with Horowitz on several books (including ''The Anti-Chomsky Rea *[[Heterodoxy]] the CSPC magazine, publisher
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  • |constitutes=Gatekeeper,Magazine ...sman''''' is a British [[Political magazine|political]] and [[cultural]] [[magazine]] published in [[London]].<ref>https://www.britannica.com/topic/New-Statesm
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  • |amazon=https://www.amazon.com/s/ref=nb_sb_noss?url=search-alias%3Daps&field-keywords=Joshua+Cooper+Ramo ...f executive of [[Kissinger Associates]], the consulting firm of former [[U.S. Secretary of State]] [[Henry Kissinger]].<ref>http://www.salon.com/tech/ht
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  • |description=Business journalist for [[Fortune magazine]], [[Time Magazine]] and [[Bloomberg News|Bloomberg]] |employer=Time Magazine
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  • |wikipedia=https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/CounterSpy_(magazine) |type=magazine
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  • |description=The monthly magazine of the British Socialist Workers Party The '''''Socialist Review''''' is the monthly magazine of the British [[Socialist Workers Party (UK)|Socialist Workers Party]]. As
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  • |wikipedia=https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Standpoint_(magazine) '''Standpoint''' is a monthly cultural and political magazine published by Social Affairs Unit Magazines Ltd, a subsidiary of the [[Socia
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  • ...mohamed-elmaazi-9242b665 "Mohamed Elmaazi, Freelance Journalist at Jacobin Magazine"]''</ref> ...azi tweeted:{{QB|Scottish High Court Denies Whistleblower [[Craig Murray]]'s Request To Appeal Conviction Over Blog Posts.
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  • ...on the spot after the shooting, being called by someone who worked for the magazine. He immediately phoned [[French President]] [[François Hollande]] to tell
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  • |description=British internet magazine |wikipedia=https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Spiked_(magazine)
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  • |description=US journalist. Editor of ''[[Harper's Magazine]]''. Attended the [[1973 Bilderberg]] |title=Harper's Magazine/Editor
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