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Who Are Those Damned Yellow French?

“Who, save for the little barons of Wall Street, believes in the progressive virtues of capitalism?” Read More

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Not What It Takes

Running for president on less than $2,000 a day Read More

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The End of Retirement

When you can’t afford to stop working Read More

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Tomb Raiders

The afterlives of Lenin Read More

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Axioms of Evil

From a list of former North Korean dictator Kim Jong Il's teachings translated into English and posted on a government website. Read More

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Everything in Moderation

The success of Germany's AfD party has in good part been owed to its ability to put a friendly face on a nasty message. Read More

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The Moderator in Manila

What the Trumps are building in the Philippines Read More

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Killing the Competition

Monopolization of our public markets is first and foremost a political crisis Read More

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The National Mood

On Sunday, Jimmy Breslin, a longtime New York City newspaper columnists, died at 88. In this short essay, published on Harpers.org in 2010, Breslin reflects on the United States nearly…

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Letter to a Young Man About to Enter Publishing

On Monday, Robert Silvers, a founder of the New York Review of Books, died at 87. Before creating the Review, Silvers worked as an editor for Harper's Magazine, where, in…

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Tort Deform

"The assault by a thousand cuts never stops, but it’s hard for the public to see what is happening." Read More

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Crowd Control

A weekend of alternative estimations Read More

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The Lords of Lambeau

On family, fate, and Packers football Read More

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Misinformation Intern

My summer as a military propagandist in Iraq Read More

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Christmas in Prison

Greeting the holidays in an age of mass incarceration Read More

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How to Rig an Election

The G.O.P. aims to paint the country red Read More

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Castro’s Cuba

The leader, in 1969 Read More

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A Fate Worse Than Bush

Rudolph Giuliani and the politics of personality Read More

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The Great Republican Land Heist

Seven militants are acquitted in takeover of Oregon Wildlife Refuge; Christopher Ketcham traces the history of the Bureau of Land Management Read More

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Beyond the Broken Window

Donald Trump advocates for stop-and-frisk; Petra Bartosiewicz considers the history of William Bratton's policing policies Read More

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The General Electric Superfraud

Why the Hudson River will never run clean Read More

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It’s Not How They Say It

From an interview with a girl in a reintegration program for former child soldiers in Colombia. Read More

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Europe’s Hamilton Moment

The euro and its discontents Read More

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The City That Bleeds

Freddie Gray and the makings of an American uprising Read More

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How to Make Your Own AR-15

A gunman kills 49 people with an AR-15 assault rifle at an Orlando nightclub; Dan Baum investigates whether gun-control laws could ever stop the weapon from proliferating Read More

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Fifty Years Under a Cloud

Barack Obama visits Hiroshima; Tom Engelhardt searches for our atomic history Read More

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The Albany Handshake

Sheldon Silver is sentenced to twelve years in prison for fraud; Christopher Ketcham visits New York's dysfunctional state legislature. Read More

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Fighting Chance

Samuel James photographs the English Premier League season; Leicester City nears the title Read More

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