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Archive: 2020

Knife Play

From The Lost Writings, a collection of fragments, which will be published next month by New Directions. Translated from the German. I was sitting in the box next to my…

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Troubleshootings

From a Los Angeles Police Commission meeting held on June 2 using Zoom, a videoconferencing platform, which lasted seven hours. Richard Tefank is the executive director of the commission, Mike…

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Nobody Gets Out Alive

Getting past the mastodon took planning. The great plated skull was wedged between the fireplace and the credenza, leaving the two ivory tusks splayed across the carpet where a coffee…

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The Report

From “No Man’s Land,” a story from her collection Many People Die Like You, which will be published this month by And Other Stories. Translated from the Swedish. The report…

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In Plain Sight

The search for Syrian war criminals in Europe

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The Ideal State

People in Chicago will tell you that there is a happy land not far away. Sitting on the ash heap of their own miseries, they mournfully explain that just over…

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The Counter-Monument

Disempowering a memorial to Fascism

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On Moral Injury

Can a new diagnosis help heal our souls?

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New Books

If it weren’t for the black death, the fourteenth-century merchant Francesco di Marco Datini might have left no trace in history. A workaholic Tuscan with offices from Bruges to Barcelona,…

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Reality Check

On the morning of May 26, Donald Trump posted a pair of tweets about voting by mail. “There is NO WAY (ZERO!) that Mail-In Ballots will be anything less than…

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All My Pronouns

How I learned to live with the singular they

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Basement Suite

Left to our use are the fixtures and appliances Repented of by the homeowners Who don’t realize this is a way to know them. In the basement one is closer…

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Triangulation

As of this writing, the United States, which has 4.2 percent of the world’s population, accounts for nearly 30 percent of total COVID-19 mortalities. Among Americans, a common response to…

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Desert Blues

Charles Bowden’s borderlands

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After the Fires

From A More Perfect Reunion, which was published in June by Bold Type Books. Even before Martin Luther King Jr. was killed, many were debating the utility of pacifist resistance.…

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New Whirled Order

From In the Land of Good Living, a memoir, which was published last month by Knopf. At my Miami Catholic school, we didn’t have snow days, naturally. We had hurricane…

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Letters

I Is Another I agree with Richard Russo [“The Lives of Others,” Essay, June] when he says that “writers use people.” Writers of imaginative prose must be skilled at verisimilitude,…

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The Art of Losing

Can Democrats win back postindustrial America?

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Worst Responders

From a 2017 complaint filed by David and Gretchen Jessen against Fresno County and the city of Clovis, California, for damages incurred during a police raid on their home. In…

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False Dawn

A zuihitsu from the early months of the pandemic

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Valley of Unrest

India’s unending occupation of Kashmir

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Letters

Popular Semantics Thomas Frank’s brilliant article [“The Pessimistic Style in American Politics,” Essay, May] sheds light on the curious use of the word “populist” to describe authoritarians, and the significance…

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We Shall Not Be Moved

Collective ownership gives power back to poor farmers

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States of Emergency

When President Trump announced several months ago that the spread of the novel coronavirus constituted a national emergency, he invoked—whether he knew it or not—the National Emergencies Act, the 1976…

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This Is Not a Test

Why America fails to prevent disasters

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Melancholy Science

From “Dialectic of Counter-Enlightenment,” an essay from the collection Splinters in Your Eye, which will be published this month by Verso. On July 22, 2011, a neofascist Norwegian terrorist named…

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August 2020