Hendrik Hertzberg

Senior Editor, New Yorker magazine

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Senior Editor and staff writer for the New Yorker

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In his farewell speech warning about the "military-industrial" complex, President (and former Army General) Dwight Eisenhower said that defense spending has to be weighed in the…

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In his farewell speech warning about the "military-industrial" complex, President (and former Army General) Dwight Eisenhower said that defense spending has to be weighed in the…

The New Congress, the Deficit and the Pentagon

In his farewell speech warning about the "military-industrial" complex, President (and former Army General) Dwight Eisenhower said that defense spending has to be weighed in the…

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