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  • From the Stacks: “Chicks and Chuckles”
    MARGARET TALBOT
  • The Mindfulness Racket
    EVGENY MOROZOV
  • Like It or Not, Movie Lovers Are Going to Forgive Woody Allen
    ADAM KIRSCH
  • Don't Go It Alone, Obama
    NOAM SCHEIBER
  • Chris Christie's Entire Career Reeks
    ALEC MACGILLIS
  • Regret is the Perfect Emotion for Our Self-Absorbed Times
    JUDITH SHULEVITZ
  • Dosvedanie to All That

    JULIA IOFFE
  • Sexual Assault at God's Harvard
    KIERA FELDMAN
  • Malcolm Cowley Was One of the Best Literary Tastemakers of the Twentieth Century. Why Were His Politics So Awful?
    CHRISTOPHER BENFEY
  • Why Is Robert Gates Angry?
    MAX BOOT
  • Boys
    ROWAN RICARDO PHILLIPS
  • How a Pope Helped Mussolini Rise to Power
    SAUL FRIEDLANDER
  • The Armory Show Made Modern Art Something You Love to Hate
    JED PERL
  • The Best Picture Is a Sham
    DAVID THOMSON
  • The Shoah and the Art Market
    LEON WIESELTIER

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