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  • Welcome to Our Redesign
    CHRIS HUGHES
  • From the Stacks
    TNR STAFF
  • The Auteur of Unease
    HANNA ROSIN
  • The Very Private Jill Kelley
    JEFFREY ROSEN
  • Sixth Time's the Charm
    MICHAEL KINSLEY
  • How to Write About Sex
    SAM LIPSYTE
  • Labor of Love
    TIMOTHY NOAH
  • What We Mean When We Say "Grow the Economy."
    NOREEN MALONE
  • Flu Shots in the Firehouse
    JONATHAN COHN
  • This is Your Military on Drugs
    KATIE DRUMMOND
  • Barack Obama Is Not Pleased
    FRANKLIN FOER AND CHRIS HUGHES
  • What Gun Owners Really Want
    WALTER KIRN
  • Why Do Grandmothers Exist?
    JUDITH SHULEVITZ
  • What They Bring to Battle
    SEBASTIANO TOMADA PICCOLOMINI
  • Why Social Movements Should Ignore Social Media
    EVGENY MOROZOV
  • The Trouble with Wall Street
    MICHAEL LEWIS
  • Noble and Ignoble
    JED PERL
  • 'Parade’s End': Ford Madox Ford’s Masterpiece Comes to the Screen
    DAVID THOMSON
  • The Constant Leaf
    HENRI COLE
  • Hikmet: Çankiri Prison, 1938
    JOSHUA WEINER
  • Sex
    AMIT MAJMUDAR
  • Welcome to the Era of the Light Footprint
    LEON WIESELTIER
  • The Most Compelling Details From My Last Two Weeks of Reading
    DAVID GRANN

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