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Editor's Note

Inside the October 2018 Issue

The printed word in peril; poems by Ben Lerner; among Britain’s anti-Semites 

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Weekly Review

Weekly Review

Trump struggles to pronounce “anonymous”; a Sackler stands to profit from a new drug to treat opioid addiction; housing development workers in the Bronx are accused of having orgies on the clock

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Perspective

In My House

Read ’em and weep: how ballroom went from the underground to the mainstream

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Podcast

From the People Who Brought You the Weekend

In the wake of Janus, don’t mourn, organize!

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Weekly Review

Weekly Review

John McCain is eulogized; Rodrigo Duterte goes to Jerusalem; a new study shows goats prefer happy people

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Podcast

The Deportation Racket

The story of one asylum seeker’s shakedown by notario fraudsters points to untold thousands more

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Weekly Review

Weekly Review

Michael Cohen starts a GoFundMe; the 403rd consecutive month with above-average global temperatures passes; Europe’s biggest illegal turtle farm is shut down

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Reviews

…of what use was the rule?

On The Chapo Guide to Revolution: A Manifesto Against Logic, Facts, and Reason

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Publisher's Note

The Illusion Train

“French ‘solidarity’ was looking decidedly less solid than it had the previous day.”

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Weekly Review

Weekly Review

Omarosa publishes her White House memoir; US secretary of the interior blames California’s wildfires on environmental terrorists; avocado thefts sweep New Zealand

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Editor's Note

Inside the September Issue

Garret Keizer on organized labor post-Janus; Rohini Mohan on religious conflict in India; Katie Booth on doctors learning how to treat Deaf patients; Micah Hauser on scams targeting the undocumented; and more

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Podcast

How to Start a Nuclear War

Any day could be doomsday—and why that’s bad

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Weekly Review

Weekly Review

Marvel Entertainment’s CEO exerts influence over the VA; Mike Pence lays out plans for The Space Force; Paul Manafort’s trial reveals his tax evasion (and much more)

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Weekly Review

Weekly Review

The Saudi-Canadian spat; the Catholic Church’s new position on the death penalty; a few Swedish crown jewels were stolen in broad daylight

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Satire

The Festivals of Full Communism

The fate of fêtes: practical proposals for post-revolution jubilees

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Postcard

The Grunts of the System

In the face of zero tolerance and family separation, public defenders in Texas are using novel arguments in the hopes of assisting asylum-seekers

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Weekly Review

Weekly Review

Wildfires in Greece and California; Betsy DeVos’s $40 million yacht crashed; New Delhi public schools started offering happiness classes

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Oral History

A Conversation With Anne Waldman

“Perhaps we are finally facing our karma of genocide and slavery and oppression of women.”

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Weekly Review

Weekly Review

Putin throws a soccer ball to Trump, Trump says Putin is strong and powerful, and Russia’s foreign ministry warns of “Russophobic hysteria”

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Postcard

“What sort of freedom is this?”

Pakistan attempts to stifle a protest movement among its Pashtun population

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Weekly Review

Weekly Review

Donald Trump and Vladimir Putin puzzle out cybersecurity in Helsinki, John Kelly didn’t like his breakfast in Brussels, and a family of woodchucks ate the wiring in Paul Ryan’s car

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Podcast

Living in the Vanguard of Climate Change

How mega-fires—and the blinkered perspectives demanding flawed management of them—are raising the stakes for everyone

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Editor's Note

Inside the August Issue

Richard Manning and Scott Sayare on mega-fires; Alexander Dziadosz on climate change in Iraq; Andrew Cockburn on nuclear war; John Ashbery’s last poem; and more

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Special Feature

Northern Disposure

How Rob Ford’s brother campaigned—and won—on an anti-sex-education platform

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Publisher's Note

The Enemy Within

“Obama [and nostalgia for him] is still running the risk of suffocating reform and encouraging the reelection of Donald Trump.”

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Weekly Review

Weekly Review

Flooding in Japan, Scott Pruitt resigns, and Weibo users cheer on a shipment of soybeans

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Podcast

Insane: America’s Criminal Treatment of Mental Illness

Unfit for trial: a discussion of Alisa Roth’s book Insane: America’s Criminal Treatment of Mental Illness

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Weekly Review

Weekly Review

Justice Anthony Kennedy announces his retirement, AMLO wins in Mexico, and Ivanka Trump copresents a report denouncing family separation

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Podcast

The Death of New York City

In this inaugural episode of The Harper’s Podcast, Kevin Baker and Jeremiah Moss discuss the decline of New York City

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