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  • Gun Shy
    JULIA IOFFE
  • Oscar Grouch
    WALTER KIRN
  • Don’t Fear the Reaper
    ALEC MACGILLIS
  • What We Mean When We Say “Bids Wanted in Competition.”
    NOREEN MALONE
  • Annihilate!
    MICHAEL KINSLEY
  • Here's Why Obama's Last Grand Plan to Control College Costs Flopped
    TIMOTHY NOAH
  • Jeffrey Eugenides’s Washington
    AS TOLD TO CHLOE SCHAMA
  • So Open It Hurts
    NOAM SCHEIBER
  • House of Cads
    MARIN COGAN
  • "You Have All the Reasons to Be Angry"
    EVE FAIRBANKS
  • The Future Mr. Speaker
    ROBERT DRAPER
  • The Strange Power of Les Mis, the Book
    PAUL BERMAN
  • Is War Civilized?
    DAVID A. BELL
  • Locust Vision
    EAMON GRENNAN
  • Becoming T. S. Eliot, for Better and for Worse
    CHRISTOPHER BENFEY
  • Henry Hudson
    RICHARD SIME
  • The Revolution at Your Community Library
    SARAH WILLIAMS GOLDHAGEN
  • Eras of Yves Klein
    ANNE CARSON
  • What Are All Our Zombies Telling Us?
    DAVID THOMSON
  • Ferry
    WILL SCHUTT
  • A Darwinist Mob Goes After a Serious Philosopher
    LEON WIESELTIER
  • The Most Compelling Details from My Last Two Weeks of Reading
    JUDITH SHULEVITZ

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