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December 2, 2007
John Micklethwait
Editor-in-chief of The Economist
John Micklethwait BIO:
The Economist:
· He edited its US section (1999-2006) and ran the New York Bureau for two years; edited its Business Section for the previous four years.
· His other roles have included setting up The Economist's office in Los Angeles, where he worked from 1990-93 and being Media Correspondent.
· He has covered business and politics from the United States, Latin America, Continental Europe, Southern Africa and most of Asia.
· Joined The Economist in 1987.
· Also worked at Chase Manhattan bank.

·Co-author of "The Witch Doctors", "A Future Perfect: the Challenge and Hidden Promise of Globalisation"
·"The Company: A Short History of a Revolutionary Idea"
·"The Right Nation", a study of conservatism in America, with Adrian Wooldridge, also an Economist journalist

·Ampleforth and Magdalen College, Oxford, where he studied history

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Info: John Micklethwait, the London-based editor in chief of The Economist magazine, talks about his special report on religion, faith, and politics. It was published in the November 3 issue of the magazine.

The Economist: Special Report on Religion

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