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July 06, 2006

Rachel Kleinfeld at TPM Cafe
Posted by Michael Signer

A quick update -- Rachel Kleinfeld, the co-founder and Director of the Truman National Security Project, is guest-blogging for Anne-Marie Slaughter over at TPM Cafe's America Abroad section for the next five weeks. 

As one of our brightest young lights in national security and foreign policy, Rachel will take great advantage of this opportunity, so check over there early and often (and I'd say that even if she didn't just blog on my recent piece for Democracy: A Journal of Ideas!).


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