Benjamin Wallace-Wells

Staff writer at the New Yorker

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Benjamin Wallace-Wells is a staff writer at New Yorker. Previously, he was a contributing writer at The New York Times Magazine and at at Rolling Stone. He has worked as a reporter on the Philadelphia Inquirer's Metro Desk. His writing has been published in the Boston Globe, The New Republic, Policy Review, and in the collection At Ground Zero, among other places. He was an editor of the Washington Monthly from 2003 to 2006.

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Some say that Israel is losing the public opinion battle in the mainstream Western media. At least 73 Palestinian children have been killed there this month, according to the UN.

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