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William Finnegan

William Finnegan is a writer and a journalist, staff writer for The New Yorker since 1987. He's reported on different subjects like the apartheid in South Africa, the Balkan's war, Latin American politics, and poverty in the USA. His articles and reports have been awarded with several prizes and he's also the author of Crossing the line, Dateline Soweto, A Complicated War, and Cold New World: Growing Up in a Harder Country.