Dorothy Wickenden

Executive Editor, New Yorker

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Executive Editor at the New Yorker and host of its weekly Campaign Trail podcast

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Despite many months of campaigning and hours of TV exposure,  Barack Obama  remains a puzzle to millions of potential voters.

Obama: A Transcendent Figure or the Conventional Politician?

Despite many months of campaigning and hours of TV exposure, Barack Obama remains a puzzle to millions of potential voters.

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