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  • Bloomberg's Favorite Toy
    LAURA BENNETT
  • Hunger Games
    ALICE GREGORY
  • Richard Florida, Mr. Creative Class, Is Now Mr. Rust Belt
    ALEC MACGILLIS
  • How to Talk to a 'Brocialist'
    MARC TRACY
  • Who Takes MOOCs?
    BRANDON ALCORN, GAYLE CHRISTENSEN, AND EZEKIEL J. EMANUEL
  • Bashar Al Assad: An Intimate Profile of a Mass Murderer
    ANNIA CIEZADLO
  • If You Can't Go to Cedars-Sinai Anymore, Is It Obamacare's Fault?
    JONATHAN COHN
  • The Rebranding of Red Square
    GEOFF DYER
  • Alan Greenspan Is Still Trying to Justify His Bad Decisions
    ROBERT M. SOLOW
  • Since When Is Philip Roth an Idol?
    ADAM KIRSCH
  • There Will Never Be a Unified Theory of JFK
    STEPHEN SESTANOVICH
  • The Academic Boycott of Israel Is a Travesty
    LEON WIESELTIER

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