Gilad Edelman is the executive editor of the Washington Monthly, which he fist joined as an editor in 2016. His writing has also appeared in the New Yorker, Slate, and the Washington Post. Gilad has a degree from Yale Law School but is not a lawyer and can’t give you legal advice. Before journalism and the law, he had a brief career as a jazz saxophonist.
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