Since his inauguration three years ago, President Barack Obama has been dogged by criticism that he's too inexperienced and emotionally aloof for the job. James Fallows, national correspondent for The Atlantic, considers these points in a new cover article. He argues that Obama's presidency thus far has had its successes and failures, but that its ultimate legacy will come down to whether he wins a second term.
James Fallows - Obama Explained
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James Fallows, national correspondent for The Atlantic and author of books including "Postcards from Tomorrow Square: Reports from China"