Mac’n’Cheese, Jargonese, and Disillusioned Homecomings: Today’s TNR Reader

by TNR Staff | September 10, 2012

Editor’s Note: We’ll be running the article recommendations of our friends at TNR Reader each afternoon on The Plank, just in time to print out or save for your commute home. Enjoy!

Kraft in Canada: Mac and cheese and the Canadian psyche.
Walrus Magazine |23 min (5,723 words)

The Kashmiris who left to fight for their liberation are coming home. What happens next?
Caravan Magazine |32 min (8,182 words)

The weirdest kids’ show ever: “Adventure Time” is totally avant-garde but still totally relatable. 
The Guardian |4 min (931 words)

Should academic-speak be subject to the red pen? (George Orwell would say yes.)
The American Scholar |5 min (1,363 words)

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