Fred Kaplan Biography
Fred Kaplan is a well-known American author and journalist. He is currently the weekly War Tales columnist for Slate Magazine. He discusses US foreign policy and international affairs in this section. Prior to joining Slate, he was a correspondent at Boston Magazine.
Fred Kaplan Age
Fred Kaplan was born in Hutchinson, Kansas, United States of America on July 4, 1954. He is 67 years old.
Fred Kaplan Height
Fred stands at a height of 5 ft 11 in/1.80m tall.
Fred Kaplan Family
Fred was born in Hutchinson, Kansas, to his steadfast father Julius E. and his steadfast mother Ruth Gottfried Kaplan. However, he has not revealed any significant information about whether he has any siblings. Will soon fill out this segment.
Fred Kaplan Wife
Fred is happily married to his beautiful wife, Brooke Gladstone. She is a media analyst, author, and journalist from the United States. Brooke was born in the United States in 1955 on Long Island, New York. Her age is 67 years. Brooke is currently employed at the WNYC radio program On the Media.
She is the managing editor and host of this show. Brooke is also a guest speaker at The University of Texas in Austin and Princeton University. She is also a follower of the Jewish faith. They live in Brooklyn, New York as a couple. Back in 1983, Fred and Brooke exchanged wedding vows. They are 38 years old together.
Fred Kaplan Children
Fred is the delighted father of two lovely girls. Nevertheless, he has not revealed any other details about his beautiful twin girls.
Fred Kaplan Education
Fred went to a nearby high school. He afterward enrolled at Oberlin College and earned a Bachelor of Arts degree. He also holds a Doctor of Philosophy and a Master of Science in political science from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
Fred Kaplan Salary
Fred pockets an annual salary of $83,498.
Fred Kaplan Net Worth
Fred’s estimated net worth is $1 million.
Fred Kaplan Career
He is currently employed with Slate Magazine. Fred writes a weekly column for the War Tales section. He is an expert on US foreign policy and international relations. Fred previously worked at the Boston Globe before joining Slate Magazine.
He worked as a correspondent there. Fred contributed reporting from New York, Moscow, and Washington, D.C. Back in 1982, he contributed to a Sunday Boston Globe Magazine special article titled War and Peace in the Nuclear Age on the US-Soviet nuclear arms race. In 1983, it was awarded the Pulitzer Prize for National Reporting.
In addition, Fred has written for numerous publications. Scientific American, The New Yorker, The Atlantic, and The New York Times are among them. In January 2020, he published The Bomb: Presidents, Generals, and the Hidden History of Nuclear War. To bring readers undiscovered stories, Fred takes them into the vast chambers of Strategic Command, the Joint Chiefs of Staff’s “Tank” in the Pentagon, and the White House Situation Room. It is widely available on reputable online retailers such as Amazon.