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Notes on a newer journalism
Working women would do well to ignore most of the advice they’re getting
Affirmative action for the 1980′s
Public broadcasting faces life
Why my friends don’t wear alligators on their shirts
As opportunities narrow, the spirit of “I got here first” is sweeping the country
Meet the new legal doctrine of psychological pollution
Does anyone around here believe in capitalism?
There’s more bad poetry than good policy in the antinuclear movement
Stinginess masquerading as charity
Answering the mail
Further notes on the official culture
Notes on the official culture
Notes on the uses of the press
The sacred grove of celebrity
A shrinking future
Percentage of the French who think it “somewhat” or “very” possible they will one day become homeless:
Neuroscientists found that sloths sleep around nine and a half hours a day. Previous research had studied only captive sloths, who sleep on average sixteen hours a day, possibly because they are bored and depressed.
A young man who lied to Berlin police about having lived for five years in a forest was revealed to have run away from home because he disliked his internship.
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