- Homepage: http://www.jamesfallows.com/
July 2006: "James Fallows is The Atlantic Monthly's National Correspondent, and has worked for the magazine for more than twenty years. His previous books include Breaking the News: How the Media Undermine American Democracy, Looking at the Sun, More Like Us, and National Defense, which won the American Book Award for non-fiction. His article about the consequences of victory in Iraq, The Fifty First State?, won the 2003 National Magazine Award.
Mr. Fallows has been an editor for the Washington Monthly and Texas Monthly magazines, and a columnist for the Industry Standard. He writes frequently for Slate and the New York Review of Books and is chairman of the board of the New America Foundation. He has worked on a software-design team at Microsoft and as chief speechwriter for President Jimmy Carter. He and his wife live in Washington DC."http://www.jamesfallows.com/about_author.htm
May 2002: Journalist and columnist.
Role Name Type Last Updated Employee/Freelancer/Contractor (past or present) Atlantic Online, The (Atlantic Monthly) Source Jan 26, 2008 Employee/Freelancer/Contractor (past or present) Microsoft Corporation Organization Jan 26, 2008 Organization Head/Leader (past or present) New America Foundation Organization Apr 20, 2005 Subordinate of (past or present) President James "Jimmy" Earl Carter Person Jan 26, 2008
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Date Fairness.com Resource Read it at: Jan 01, 2008 The $1.4 Trillion Question: The Chinese are subsidizing the American way of life. Are we playing them for suckers—or are they playing us?
QUOTE: China’s government imposes an unbelievably high savings rate on its people. The result, while very complicated, is to keep the buying power earned through China’s exports out of the hands of Chinese consumers as a whole.
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QUOTE: The more you know about the operations of today's widely trusted commercial computer networks, the more concerned you become about most electronic-voting systems.
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QUOTE: It dates from the earliest days of personal computer operating systems....the report was invisibly turned into slag and randomly attached to other files, perhaps including those transmitted to god knows where....
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