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Michael Maren


Michael Maren spent his twenties and thirties as a foreign correspondent based in Africa, writing for The Village VoiceNewsweekThe NationThe New RepublicHarper’sGQThe New York Times Magazine, among others. In 1981, he worked for the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) in Somalia, serving as a food assessment specialist on the Somali border with Ethiopia. His book, about his experiences in Somalia, The Road to Hell, was called “the seminal critique of foreign aid” by The New Yorker.

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