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The Atlantic's James Bennet and James Fallows discuss the magazine's latest cover story, "Obama, Explained," on MSNBC's Morning Joe.

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National correspondent James Fallows, who wrote the March cover story assessing President Obama's approach to the presidency, visited MSNBC's Morning Joe with Editor James Bennet this morning, where they discussed the article. Read the essay here. Fallows has also written several follow-ups, which you can read here, here, and here, as well as Ta-Nehisi Coates' reaction.

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