Anthony Shadid's Legacy, the Neglected Genius of Winsor McCay, and Life in Kashmir: Today's TNR Reader

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Winsor McCay, the neglected artistic genius whose vivid creations have been lost to time, was the greatest illustrator of the twentieth century. 

City Journal | 13 min (3, 178 words)

Anthony Shadid's tragic death has robbed us of many years of great journalism. The book he left behind, however, may be his finest work. 

Bookforum | 14 min (3, 474 words)

Why do jihadists, Christian fundamentalists, and leftists all hate Sam Harris? Just ask him.

Tablet Mag | 21 min (5, 128 words)

Murders, kidnappings, mass torture: Welcome to ordinary life in Kashmir. And then there are the lives of hostages. 

Caravan Magazine | 18 min (4, 421 words)

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