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David A. Kaplan is an American journalist. Kaplan is a writer and editor at Newsweek, where he edits the Enterprise section and the annual college issue. Kaplan is a graduate of Cornell University and the New York University School of Law During the 1994-1995 academic year, he was a John S. Knight fellow in journalism at Stanford University. Kaplan lives north of New York City with his wife, attorney Audrey S. Feinberg, and their two sons.

Before becoming a journalist, Kaplan was a Wall Street attorney. He was an intern with the U.S. Attorney's Office in Manhattan and a summer fellow at the White House Press Office. He has taught both writing and intellectual-property in several law schools.

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Total Books: 6
Mine's Bigger The Extraordinary Tale of the World's Greatest Sailboat and the Silicon Valley Tycoon Who Built It
Mine's Bigger Tom Perkins and the Making of the Greatest Sailing Machine Ever Built
The Accidental President How 413 Lawyers 9 Supreme Court Justices and 5963110 Floridians  Landed George W Bush in the White House
2001 - The Accidental President How 413 Lawyers 9 Supreme Court Justices and 5963110 Floridians Landed George W Bush in the White House [Give or Take a Few] (Hardcover)
ISBN-13: 9780066212838
ISBN-10: 0066212839
Genres: History, Nonfiction
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Silicon Boys And Their Valley of Dreams
The Silicon Boys  And Their Valley of Dreams
The Silicon Boys and Their Valley of Dreams