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  • Roger Ailes's Border War
    ELIZA GRAY
  • When I Stop Believing in Fiction
    IAN MCEWAN
  • The Strange History of the Birth Certificate
    LIZA MUNDY
  • What We Mean When We Say “Carpenters”
    MARC TRACY
  • Take This Microbrew and Shove It
    CHUCK THOMPSON
  • Even Black Ops Have Patches
    ROB WALKER
  • How Liberals Became ‘Real Americans’
    TIMOTHY NOAH
  • Schumer's Web
    MARC TRACY
  • Ezra Klein: The Wise Boy
    JULIA IOFFE
  • Original Sin
    SAM TANENHAUS
  • Up Late With Clive James
    DWIGHT GARNER
  • Spooky Sex
    REUEL MARC GERECHT
  • How Baudelaire Revolutionized Modern Literature
    ADAM THIRLWELL
  • As If
    ROSANNA WARREN
  • Should Striving Ever Stop?
    CASS R. SUNSTEIN
  • The New Essayists, or the Decline of a Form?
    ADAM KIRSCH
  • What A Dog Wouldn't Eat
    GEORGE BRADLEY
  • How Ghastly Were the Beginnings of European America?
    ALAN TAYLOR
  • Poem with the Window Left Open
    JENNIFER GROTZ
  • An Important Israeli Film's Large Implications
    DAVID THOMSON
  • Good Fences, Bad Neighbors: Israel and the Palestinians
    LEON WIESELTIER
  • The Most Compelling Details From My Last Two Weeks of Reading
    ALEC MACGILLIS

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