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Haters Will Hate: Why Shouldn’t Ezra Klein Start His Own Media Company?

If I were friends with Ezra Klein, I would tell him to keep his chin up this week. As you might have read, he’s leaving the Post and Wonkblog, effective immediately, to start his own media venture, after the Post decided they wouldn’t be interested in investing a reported $10 million and hiring three dozen people to help him do it. The general consensus is that Klein is going to need more luck than funding to make this work.
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