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  • Tiger's Beat
    CHARLES MCGRATH
  • The Corporate Mystique
    JUDITH SHULEVITZ
  • Cat Photos on Ice
    WILLY STALEY
  • The Power of Orange
    NOAM SCHEIBER
  • Why Conservatives Want to Break Up the Banks, Too
    TIMOTHY NOAH
  • The Bipartisan Love Map
    NORA CAPLAN-BRICKER AND MOLLY REDDEN
  • The End of the Two-State Solution
    BEN BIRNBAUM
  • Forgive Me Mentor, For I Will Run
    MARIN COGAN
  • The Boys of Lancaster
    KENT RUSSELL
  • The American Voices of the Islamist Regime in Iran
    ABBAS MILANI
  • Appraisal Theory
    JULIE SHEEHAN
  • Agit-Prof
    DAVID GREENBERG
  • White Ashes
    LIAM HYSJULIEN
  • Life and Art in Steinberg, Hockney, and Wojnarowicz
    JED PERL
  • Why 'The Shining' Continues to Shine
    DAVID THOMSON
  • Rude Mechanicals
    MARY JO BANG
  • Syria, Bosnia, and the Old Mistakes
    LEON WIESELTIER
  • The Most Compelling Details From My Last Two Weeks of Reading
    MICHAEL SCHAFFER

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