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States of Care

From a report published in April by the Kaiser Family Foundation, detailing the amount of money each state received per COVID-19 case in the first round of grant funding under…

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The Jitters

Fear is an old emotion, laid down deep in the nervous system. Without its promptings no species of animal life could have survived and civilization could not have developed. Certainly…

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Rally of the Dolls

From guidelines for women presented in a series of infographics issued by the Malaysian government in response to the novel coronavirus pandemic. Translated from the Malay. Create a temporary workstation…

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Burn After Eating

From responses to Freedom of Information Act requests regarding internal discussions about the food served at various government agencies and organizations. The documents, from between 2015 and 2020, were published…

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Valley of Unrest

India’s unending occupation of Kashmir

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New Books

Spreading Fires During the Great Kanto Earthquake, a newspaper illustration of the 1855 earthquake in Edo, Japan. Courtesy Special Collections, Tokyo Metropolitan Central Library A metropolis can transform, and even…

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Soul Proprietor

From an interview with Tony Spell conducted in April by Victor Blackwell, an anchor for CNN. Spell, the pastor of Life Tabernacle Church in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, had been cited…

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Fever Dreams

From accounts of dreams reported during the novel coronavirus pandemic, collected in March and April by Erin Gravley and Grace Gravley on their “i dream of covid” website. I was…

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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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This Is Not a Test

Why America fails to prevent disasters

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The Gamblers

From Unwitting Street, a collection of short stories that will be published next month by New York Review Books. Translated from the Russian. They were two in a square unheated…

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The Last Picture Show

The national box-office report for the weekend of April 17–19, reflecting all self-submitted earnings by theaters in the United States, where government orders aimed at halting the spread of the…

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Old Ways

From Foxfire: Story, a collection of oral histories as told by people in the southern Appalachian Mountains, published in April by Anchor Books. The stories originally appeared in Foxfire Magazine.…

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Cat Ladies

From a study published in Biological Conservation by scientists at Nanjing University. The article, titled “Where there are girls, there are cats,” was published in February, then retracted without explanation.…

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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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Teutomania

Tracing the origins of the German nation

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Annunciation

The first time she flies home for the holidays, Iris makes two friends. She is seated between a married couple, because the woman prefers the window and the man prefers…

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Bogland

Climate change and the peat industry’s dying days

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Night Trees

From a manuscript in progress. each tree sticks itself upward dark into light or light’s the medium for each to define itself aslant against air saturated with water pixelated molecules…

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The Hills Have Eyes

From images hidden by cartographers in maps of Switzerland that have been published by the Swiss Federal Office of Topography. A man overlooking the town of Interlaken from a summit…

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Near-Death Experience

From An Inventory of Losses, a collection of fictive essays that will be published next month by New Directions. Translated from the German. On an August day a few years…

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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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Sick Sad World

From The Unreality of Memory, which will be published in August by Farrar, Straus and Giroux.  Viruses and bacteria hijack our minds; they make us act weirdly. For example, Toxoplasma…

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Survive and Advance

A letter written in 1943 in response to a request from the Committee of National Liberation in Algiers to outline the mood in France, which was under Nazi occupation at…

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Letters

Ordinary People Thomas Chatterton Williams provides a remarkably elitist take on Portugal’s immigration policies [“The Wanderer’s Port,” Easy Chair, April]. His perspective appears to have been shaped solely by his…

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July 2020