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Jon Meacham
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    (May 20, 1969- )
    Born in Chattanooga, Tennessee
    Named editor of Newsweek Magazine (2006)
    Author of 'American Lion,' 'American Gospel' and 'Franklin & Winston'
    Frequently appears as an analyst on political/news themed talk shows
    He admits to having a conservative bias.
    A few years after he had taken over as Newsweek's editor, the magazine had lost 1.1 million readers.
    An unnamed Newsweek employee said he was 'bizarrely incurious about the world.'
    He likes to write articles about faith and religion.
    He graduated University of the South with an English literature degree.
    He became Newsweek's editor before he turned 40 years old.
    Despite losing more than a million readers, he defended his decision to make Newsweek a more 'serious minded' publication.
    His book about Thomas Jefferson, 'American Lion,' won him the 2008 Pulitzer Prize for Biography or Autobiography.

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