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Editor's Note

Inside the December 2018 Issue

Janine di Giovanni describes the plight of Christians in the middle east; Mychal Denzel Smith on the burden of the black public intellectual; Kathy Dobie goes inside New York City's task force on bias crimes; Nora Caplan-Bricker considers an ethical archive of the web

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Podcast

Checkpoint Nation

Not satisfied with toeing the line, US Customs and Border Protection agents are expanding their reach into the country’s interior

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Commentary

Certain Certainties

What Amazon HQ2 means for New York City

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Satire

The View from Bay Street

Profit rolls into Canada’s capital, but at what cost?

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Weekly Review

Weekly Review

The unresolved midterms; Jefferson Beauregard Sessions III replaced; the debut of the world’s first AI television anchor

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Podcast

The Tragedy of Ted Cruz

Is any victory great enough for the man we all love to hate?

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Weekly Review

Weekly Review

Pittsburgh protesters forced Trump’s motorcade to take a detour; “Whitey” Bulger murdered in prison; Kentucky Fried Chicken paid the family of a child named after Colonel Sanders

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Publisher's Note

All Bets Are Off

“I recommend neither the assertions of journalists and pollsters nor big headlines about terror attacks, murders, or caravans of desperate people as a basis for predicting the outcome of the midterm elections.”

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Postcard

The Haunting of Western Pennsylvania

Groan if you’ve heard this one before: the Halloween boom in the Rust Belt

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Weekly Review

Weekly Review

Jair Bolsonaro wins; the deadliest anti-Semitic attack in American history; a robot gets a visa

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Conversation

So Goes Hodeida, So Goes Yemen

The Saudi-led coalition continues its brutal holding pattern of airstrikes, even in the face of the worst famine in one hundred years

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Podcast

The Progressive Case for States’ Rights

Can’t live with ’em? Maybe we can live without ’em

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Weekly Review

Weekly Review

The Saudi government vacillates on what happened to Jamal Khashoggi; black senior citizens denied early voting in Georgia; some of the Museum of the Bible’s most valuable artifacts declared fakes

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Editor's Note

Inside the November 2018 Issue

Jonathan Taplin on the progressive states’-rights movement; John Cleese proselytizes; Ana Marie Cox on the tragedy of Ted Cruz; a personal history of the Holocaust

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Dispatch

Nikki Haley at the Council for National Policy

Inside the conference rooms of power: the former US ambassador to the United Nations speaks about working with Trump

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Postcard

The Things They Carried

Relying on personal effects and DNA, forensic scientists work to identify undocumented migrants who passed away in South Texas

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Weekly Review

Weekly Review

Nikki Haley resigns; Jamal Khashoggi murdered; Kanye visits the White House

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Satire

The Burden of Power

The mayor of Margaret’s Cove addresses the public slander against him

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Podcast

Fall Books and Rachel Kushner

On Lacy M. Johnson’s The Reckonings, Rebecca Traister’s Good and Mad, and Kristen M. Ghoddsee’s Why Women Have Better Sex Under Socialism; plus: an interview with the author of The Mars Room

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Weekly Review

Weekly Review

Kavanaugh is confirmed; Earth’s governments are given 12 years to get climate change under control; Bansky trolls Sotheby’s

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Publisher's Note

Trading on Resentment

“The ‘free trade’ policies championed by US leaders from Reagan to Obama, most definitely including the Clintons, have produced many victims.”

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Postcard

Tiny Sparks

A Paris photo agency transitions to the digital age

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Weekly Review

Weekly Review

Indelible in the hippocampus: Kavanaugh, Kavanaugh, Kavanaugh

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Essay

Dignified and Old

Notes on aging, memory, and fandom

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Weekly Review

Weekly Review

Brett Kavanaugh’s calendars; Stormy Daniels describes sex with Trump; China sponsors content in the Des Moines Register

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Podcast

Thomas Frank: Rendezvous with Oblivion

The author of What’s the Matter with Kansas? and Listen, Liberal’s latest collection of essays offers a revealing tour of America 

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Postcard

Indistinguishable from Magic

Dynamicland seeks to free us from our devices—through technology

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Postcard

Hot, Silent, and Brand New

Back and forth across the Phoenix sprawl in triple-digit heat

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Weekly Review

Weekly Review

Paul Manafort accepts a plea deal; Brett Kavanaugh accused of sexual assault; Jeff Bezos gets into the kindergarten racket

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