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Harper’s Finest

Dan Halpern’s “Citizen Walmart” (2012)

The retail giant’s unlikely romance with small farmers

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Richard Hofstadter’s “The Paranoid Style in American Politics” (1964)

“American politics has often been an arena for angry minds.”

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Breyten Breytenbach’s “Mandela’s Smile” (2008)

Notes on South Africa’s failed revolution

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Alice Munro’s “Train” (2012)

Our warmest congratulations to Alice Munro, winner of the 2013 Nobel Prize for Literature.  Read More

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Rebecca Solnit’s “Detroit Arcadia” (2007)

On the possibility of a new Detroit

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Robert Littell’s “What the Young Man Should Know” (1933)

Advice for parents about raising their sons

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Rafil Kroll-Zaidi’s “Byzantium” (2012)

Their ears were uncircumcised

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Wil S. Hylton’s “Broken Heartland” (2012)

The looming collapse of agriculture on the Great Plains

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Gary Greenberg’s “Manufacturing Depression” (2007)

“This is the heart of the magic factory, the place where medicine is infused with the miracles of science.”

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Harper’s Magazine on the Iraq War (2002–2013)

Tracing our coverage of the war, from Lewis H. Lapham to Andrew J. Bacevich

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T. C. Boyle’s “My Pain Is Worse Than Your Pain” (2010)

A classic short story about the desperate acts and philosophical consolations of a middle-aged man who has become romantically obsessed with one of his neighbors. Read More

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Elizabeth Hardwick’s “The Decline of Book Reviewing” (1959)

A core piece in the canon of criticism on criticism

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Captain Wilfrid Ewart’s “Two Christmas Mornings of the Great War” (1920)

Accounts of the legendary frontline ceasefires on Christmas Day between British and German soldiers Read More

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Bob Shacochis’s “Written in the Big Wind” (1991)

Why development persists in coastal areas, despite the threat of hurricanes

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