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  • How Mitch McConnell Enabled Barack Obama
    ISAAC CHOTINER
  • Better Read Than Red
    GEOFFREY WHEATCROFT
  • LGBT PC
    MICHAEL KINSLEY
  • Boston Strong Man
    JOE KEOHANE
  • Freedom From, Freedom To
    JOHN MCWHORTER
  • Bill Kristol's Galactic Empire
    MOLLY REDDEN
  • Not That Kind of Girl
    NOREEN MALONE
  • The Lethality of Loneliness
    JUDITH SHULEVITZ
  • My Five Obamacare Anxieties
    JONATHAN COHN
  • How Michelle Rhee Misled Education Reform
    NICHOLAS LEMANN
  • Opera Is Not Dead
    G.W. BOWERSOCK
  • Onlookers Gathered at the Traveling Chair’s Arrival
    NATASHA TRETHEWEY
  • What Should We Call Depression?
    SHERWIN B. NULAND
  • Steeple
    CARL PHILLIPS
  • Jacques Callot's Line Sublime
    JED PERL
  • 'Seduced and Abandoned': This is What a Movie Deal Looks Like in 2013
    DAVID THOMSON
  • A Late September Afternoon in the Office of the Birches
    ALAN MICHAEL PARKER
  • Obama's Timidity on Syria: Lessons from a Fiasco
    LEON WIESELTIER
  • Flypaper: The Most Compelling Details From My Last Two Weeks of Reading
    ANNA HOLMES

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