Harold Meyerson

Editor, The American Prospect; and Columnist

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Executive Editor, The American Prospect; contributing op-ed columnist, the Los Angeles Times; former op-ed columnist, The Washington Post; former executive editor, LA Weekly.

 

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In Detroit last night, Republican presidential candidates sparred over some important and not so important issues in the last debate before the Michigan primary    on Tuesday   .

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