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A. Craig Copetas
A. Craig Copetas is a former Staff Correspondent of The Wall Street Journal, Senior Writer at Bloomberg News and author of the nonfiction books Metal ... Men, Bear Hunting with the Politburo and Mona Lisa's Pajamas. He lives in Paris.
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