New Republic Hopes Changes Mean New Success Today marks a new era for The New Republic; the magazine is going to biweekly instead of weekly publication, in addition to getting an overhaul. Editor Franklin Foer says the magazine will now include original portraits and photographs. And its Web site will take advantage of its extensive archives.
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New Republic Hopes Changes Mean New Success

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Today marks a new era for The New Republic; the magazine is going to biweekly instead of weekly publication, in addition to getting an overhaul.

Editor Franklin Foer says the magazine will now include original portraits and photographs.

And, he says, the magazine's Web site will now take more advantage of its extensive archives.

Robert Siegel talks to Foer.

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