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Mentions

Scott Horton Talks About the Guantánamo “Suicides” on Democracy Now

Scott Horton discusses a document omitted from a report on three deaths at Guantánamo Bay Naval Base in 2006

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Mary McCarthy in Salinger

“J. D. Salinger’s Closed Circuit” makes an appearance in a new documentary

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Barbara Ehrenreich on Breast Cancer

A recent New York Times Magazine feature recalls Barbara Ehrenreich's November 2001 story, "Welcome to Cancerland" Read More

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Dan Baum Debates Joe Nocera in the New York Times

An exchange on the fine points of gun safety, the kinds of gun-control laws America should pass, and the need for a moderate counterpart to the National Rifle Association

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Richard Ross Exhibition in New York

The photography of Richard Ross, who won a National Magazine Award for his work in Harper???s, is exhibiting at the Feldman Gallery until February 16

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Barry Lopez on NPR’s Fresh Air

Author Barry Lopez talks with Terry Gross about his essay on the sexual abuse he suffered as a child Read More

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Paul Krugman on Barry C. Lynn and the Effect of Monopolies on Labor

“I realized that to move, I’d need the approval of some grand poobah.”

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Controversy

On the matter of conscious v. conscience in Prince's "I Would Die 4 U"

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Ariel Kaminer on Mark Crispin Miller and the Drive for Electoral Integrity

Mark Crispin Miller's August 2005 cover story for Harper's, "None Dare Call It Stolen," earns a mention in the New York Times. Read More

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John Jeremiah Sullivan on Nicholson Baker’s “Why I’m a Pacifist”

"Why I'm a Pacifist" gets a lengthy assessment in the New York Times Book Review. Read More

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