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Atlanta, GA – This summer, Atlanta Journal-Constitution editorials will look and sound much different. Last week on "All Things Considered," we spoke with editorial page editor Cynthia Tucker, who is leaving that job to begin a political column for the paper from Washington. And associate editor Jim Wooten, often considered the editorial board's only conservative voice, is retiring on June 30th. In part one of a conversation, Wooten talked about the changes.

Atlanta, GA – This summer, Atlanta Journal-Constitution editorial page editor Cynthia Tucker will and move to Washington, where she'll write a political column for the paper. Tucker won a Pulitzer Prize in 2007. Her politically-liberal editorials have earned her enthusiastic fans and sharp critics around the country. Fox News host Bill O'Reilly even sent a crew to Tucker's house last year, after she criticized O'Reilly. In part 2 Tucker talks about when she was wrong and when she was right:

Atlanta, GA – This summer, Atlanta Journal-Constitution editorial page editor Cynthia Tucker will and move to Washington, where she'll write a political column for the paper. Tucker won a Pulitzer Prize in 2007. Her politically-liberal editorials have earned her enthusiastic fans and sharp critics around the country. Fox News host Bill O'Reilly even sent a crew to Tucker's house last year, after she criticized O'Reilly. In part 2 Tucker talks about when she was wrong and when she was right:

Atlanta, GA – This summer, Atlanta Journal-Constitution editorial page editor Cynthia Tucker will and move to Washington, where she'll write a political column for the paper. Tucker won a Pulitzer Prize in 2007. Her politically-liberal editorials have earned her enthusiastic fans and sharp critics around the country. Fox News host Bill O'Reilly even sent a crew to Tucker's house last year, after she criticized O'Reilly. In part 2 Tucker talks about when she was wrong and when she was right:

Atlanta, GA – This summer, Atlanta Journal-Constitution editorial page editor Cynthia Tucker will and move to Washington, where she'll write a political column for the paper. Tucker won a Pulitzer Prize in 2007. Her politically-liberal editorials have earned her enthusiastic fans and sharp critics around the country. Fox News host Bill O'Reilly even sent a crew to Tucker's house last year, after she criticized O'Reilly. In part 2 Tucker talks about when she was wrong and when she was right:

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