Gabriel Snyder, who led the New Republic through a turbulent staff exodus and a change in ownership, is leaving the storied magazine of politics and culture, Editorial Director Hamilton Fish announced in a staff memo Thursday.
When Frank Foer was publicly ousted from the New Republic's top editorial job at the end of 2014, industry observers pegged his departure to a larger culture shift at the venerable magazine of politics and culture.
It's been more than eight months since Gabriel Snyder penned a note to readers upon ascending to the editorship of the New Republic amid one of the most tumultuous periods in the history of the century-old magazine.
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