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The Inauguration of Franklin Delano Roosevelt

In 1933, The New Republic sent literary critic Edmund Wilson to observe the swearing in of FDR. He was not amused. 

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Turns out everyone was wrong, and no one bothered to ask.

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The Post's list of D.C.'s best books "has the ungainly feel of trying too hard and protesting too much."

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The New Republic Online is looking for college students and recent graduates for its Winter 2013 web internship program. Internships are unpaid but offer substantial experience in the production of a daily online publication. Interns must be able to work in our Washington, D.C. office.

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The Data Plan

Don't like affirmative action? The alternative could be much worse.

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Five sexist, homophobic, and otherwise nasty Senate and House candidates who are likely to lose this November.

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How Louis Farrakhan introduced Dianetics to his followers:

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Mugabe and Me

At an arts festival in Zimbabwe, the show must go on—even when the main event has been banned by the police.

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Reminiscing about gypsy cabs, drinking, and overused emoticons as a writer prepares to move home from Russia.

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