Michael Goldfarb

First Rough Draft of History (podcast)

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Michael Goldfarb is the host of the First Rough Draft of History podcast and the author of Emancipation: How Liberating Europe's Jews from the Ghetto Led to Revolution and Renaissance and Ahmad's War, Ahmad's Peace: Surviving under Saddam, Dying in the New Iraq.

He is a former London correspondent for GlobalPost, a former contributor to Politico Europe and a former London Bureau Chief for National Public Radio.

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In London early this morning, a 48-year old white man  drove a van into a group of Muslims  leaving a community center after prayers. Several people were injured.

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In London early this morning, a 48-year old white man drove a van into a group of Muslims leaving a community center after prayers. Several people were injured.

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Two terror attacks in downtown London and a third at a concert in Manchester have increased the pressure on Prime Minister Theresa May.

Reaction to the latest London terror attack

Two terror attacks in downtown London and a third at a concert in Manchester have increased the pressure on Prime Minister Theresa May.

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The Houses of Parliament and Westminster Bridge are the UK's Center of Government and worldwide tourist attractions.

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The Houses of Parliament and Westminster Bridge are the UK's Center of Government and worldwide tourist attractions.

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