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The Mayor and the Machine

“Emanuel's position in the local party is insecure because he was not raised in the machine, or, for that matter, in a working-class city neighborhood.”

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French Fiction Reveals Faux Democracy

"Houellebecq, who is neither radical nor left-wing, understands perfectly France's political elites and its duped and disempowered electorate."

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America’s Peculiar Political Correctness

“I don’t see how you can properly cover a news story without showing the reader or viewer one of the key elements that made the story a story ”

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Amid redactions and monotony, reckless CIA cruelty

"The massive prose work does possess a certain irony and subtlety, as well as a sickening urgency, which make it worth reading as a book, rather than as an accumulation of outrageous facts."

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The New York Times tries to marginalize the left

“Nowhere did the Times define ‘the left’ or what might excite its opposition to Clinton. Our imaginations are allowed to run wild: Is ‘the left’ a terrorist organization? A part of the outfield? Or is it just not worth mentioning?”

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A purposeless, symbolic war

“Since World War II, very little that could be called genuinely humanitarian has resulted from American military intervention—not in Korea, certainly not in Vietnam, and not in Panama, Afghanistan, or the two Iraq wars and Libya.”

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Is France in peril? Au contraire!

"To compete with tight-fisted, export-driven Germany, France needs to devalue its currency, but it can’t, since it doesn’t have its own currency."

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A Jerusalem Education

“It gradually dawned on me that since 1967, I had made very little progress in seeing Arabs or empathizing with their plight.”

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In Praise of Michael Hastings

The Last Magazine exposes the lies and obfuscations of the march to war in Iraq 

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Stick a Fork in Fund-raising Banquets

The false virtue of the fund-raiser

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More Irksome Than a California Quake

The taming of a once-wild state

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The Left Must Derail Hillary Clinton in the Primaries

A straightforward strategy for reversing the rightward trend of both parties

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Say No to Dubai on the Hudson

“Pharaonic exclusion is their motto; contempt for human scale and ordinary people their raison d’être.”

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In Praise of Shakespeare’s Comedies

Rethinking the best way to introduce Shakespeare to the young

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The “Paper of Record” Gets it Wrong on André Schiffrin

Times obituary misrepresents the career of a distinguished publisher

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Some Balance on Press Snoops, Please

Why more attention should have been paid to terminal tapping at Bloomberg News

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Racism Revisited in the New York City Mayoral Race

Why are opponents of Bill de Blasio invoking the David Dinkins era?

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Hitler and Other Syria-debate Low Points

When the facts won’t convince the public to march into battle, politicians ramp up the rhetoric

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Thomas the Tank Engine

The foolish free-trade sophistry of Thomas Friedman

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The Party of Wilson, Wiretaps, and War

On the problems with Democratic interventions

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In Boston, An Exercise in Intimidation

In the aftermath of the Boston Marathon bombing, why did so few people protest the decision to lock down parts of the city?

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No Reward for Being Right on Iraq

Where were the voices of conscience on the tenth anniversary of the Iraq War?

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Obama’s Real Political Program

Vague talk about the middle class, and plenty for big business

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Introducing the April issue of Harper’s Magazine

On John le Carré and the relaunch of the Folio section

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The State of Fostoria, Ohio

A short documentary about a town whose Autolite spark-plug plant moved most of its jobs to Mexico in the wake of NAFTA.

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Working on the Railroad

Uncle Sam? Not much

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Google’s Media Barons

“Where will it end, as Google becomes ever more dominant?” Read More

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Liberals Back to Giving Obama a Pass

What are liberals for? Read More

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