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  • Meet Walter Blanco
    LAURA BENNETT
  • Larry Lessig, Off the Grid
    SIMON VAN ZUYLEN-WOOD
  • George Will, Tea Party Tory
    ISAAC CHOTINER
  • A Threat Assessment of Google's Robots
    JACOB SILVERMAN
  • The Loneliness of Vladimir Putin
    JULIA IOFFE
  • The Shrinking of Lyndon Johnson
    CLAY RISEN
  • The Case for Socialized Law

    NOAM SCHEIBER
  • Photo: Serena Williams Playing Tennis in Outer Space
    GEOFF DYER
  • The True Story of America's First Black Female Slave Novelist
    PAUL BERMAN
  • The Writer, Seducer, Aviator, Proto-Fascist, Megalomaniac Prince Who Shaped Modern Italy
    JONATHAN GALASSI
  • The Minor Greatness of Benjamin Britten
    PHILIP KENNICOTT
  • 'Liv and Ingmar': Great Filmmakers, Bad Lovers
    DAVID THOMSON
  • The Smallness of Barack Obama: Diminishment, Drift, and Sighful Contemplation
    LEON WIESELTIER

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