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Archive: 2017

The Immunity Doctrine

Can officials be held liable for the suffering they inflict?

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Safety in Numbers

The mathematics of predicting war

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Bonebreaker

Jed came downstairs. He worked mostly in the sleeping loft, writing serious journalism. His current project was about a friend’s imprisonment on charges related to terrorism. He said, “Laurie.” “What?”…

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New Books

If you were losing your mind, how would you know? What if instead it were the world that was losing its mind — flouting the usual statutes re: time and…

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It Wants to Go to Bed with Us

John Ashbery’s well-spent youth

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Findings

Conspiratorial thinking about the neoliberal status quo was tied to paranormal and authoritarian beliefs, but the lay economic theory of Conspiracy is generally less prevalent than that of the Bad…

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Queer Theory

From a CIA memorandum entitled “Homosexual Investigations” that was written in 1980 for the purpose of investigating colleagues. The document was published in March by Muckrock. Read More

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One Day

From a transcript of radio transmissions and cockpit conversations that took place during a drone strike in Afghanistan in 2010. The strike killed twenty-three civilians. At Nevada headquarters, Pilot is…

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Baby Boomers

From a transcript of radio transmissions and cockpit conversations that took place during a drone strike in Afghanistan in 2010. The strike killed twenty-three civilians. At Nevada headquarters, Pilot is…

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A Dream Preferred

By Anaïs Nin (1903–77), from diary entries written in March 1947 in New York City. Trapeze, an unexpurgated section of Nin’s diaries spanning from 1947 to 1955, was published this…

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It Ain’t Me, Babe

From actions committed by women that were cited as constituting “mental cruelty” against their husbands in divorce cases in India since 2014. Mental cruelty is grounds for divorce under the…

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Into the Woods

From descriptions of trees that Henry David Thoreau noted in his journals. The journal entries are included in Thoreau and the Language of Trees, by Richard Higgins, which was published…

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The Guide Dog of Hermosilla

By Antonio di Benedetto (1922–86), from Nest in the Bones, a collection of his stories that was published this month by Archipelago Books. Di Benedetto was an Argentine journalist and the…

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From “Periscope”

By Susan Howe, from Debths, which will be published next month by New Directions. Howe is the author of more than a dozen volumes of poetry. In January, the Poetry…

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Snowden’s Box

The human network behind the biggest leak of all

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Paper Pushers

studs terkel: Your name is known to quite a few Americans these days. You let the country and the world know about a series of documents called the Pentagon Papers.…

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American Duce

Is Donald Trump a fascist or a plutocrat?

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A Prayer’s Chance

The scandal of mental health in West Africa

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Bee-Brained

Inside the competitive Indian-American spelling community

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The Mothers

There is no exact translation in Pashto or Dari for “single mother,” yet after four decades of conflict — from the Soviet invasion to the war on terror — millions of women…

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My First Car

Mrs. B’s Baby Village Day Care was on a frontage road between a mattress wholesaler and a knife outlet. There were six or so babies as regulars and another one…

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New Books

Maurice Sendak once said that the subject of all his work was the “extraordinary heroism of children in the face of . . . a mostly indifferent adult world.” Nowhere…

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Unseen Worlds

Islam’s forgotten reformation

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Head-Scratcher

Can neuroscience finally explain consciousness?

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June 2017