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Philip Gourevitch

Gourevitch is a journalist who's probably best known for his writing about the Rwanda genocide. He's a staff writer at the New Yorker, editor of The Paris Review.
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Act Two: Be Careful Who You Love

The story of a famous but not well-understood political fall guy, someone who became a scapegoat for American policies worldwide. Philip Gourevitch writes about listening to nine hours of interviews with Lynndie England, the American servicewoman photographed at Abu Ghraib prison holding a leash with a naked, Iraqi prisoner on the end of it.