Tina Brown, Cover Girl
Michele Bachmann is the target, but it's Newsweek's editor who gets wounded.
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Correction, Aug. 11, 2011: Originally this article mistakenly attributed an August 1993 Vanity Fair cover to Tina Brown's tenure at the magazine. The reference has been deleted. ( Return to the corrected sentence.)