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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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Art

The Lesser of Two Evils

The devil you don’t know: on Central American violence and the United States’ stance on the undocumented

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Weekly Review

Weekly Review

Sarah Huckabee Sanders is asked to leave a farm-to-table restaurant in Virginia, North Carolina’s bathroom bill returns, and Rodrigo Duterte calls god “stupid”

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Satire

Reasons to be Cheerful

I placed a world population clock on my wall, and the results are encouraging. I had become accustomed to the constant flow of horrific news and felt that a change was in order. The clock helps keep things in perspective.

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Weekly Review

Weekly Review

Donald Trump admires North Korean state TV, the Supreme Court upholds Ohio’s ability to purge voters from its rolls, a woman sues NASA to keep her moondust

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Editor's Note

Inside the July Issue

Kevin Baker, Imani Perry, Michael Green, and more

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Weekly Review

Weekly Review

Kim Jong-un and Donald Trump meet at a former POW site, Jeff Sessions denies asylum to victims of domestic abuse and gang violence, and the National Sheriff Association announces a new initiative to protect pets

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Publisher's Note

Important Details

"The art of the detail is in decline, because the pitiless World Wide Web rejects in-depth reporting in favor of the tweet."

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Context

Not What It Takes

Running for president on less than $2,000 a day

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Postcard

The Wish List

A village in New York wants to bring Santa back to town.

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Art

Roosevelt, Arlington National Cemetery

“Roosevelt, Arlington National Cemetery, Arlington, VA,” a photograph by Charlotte Dumas from her series Anima, which portrays the burial horses of Arlington National Cemetery. Dumas’s work is currently on view at the Chrysler Museum of Art, in Norfolk, Virginia. Credit: © The artist. Courtesy Julie Saul Gallery, New York City

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Commentary

Marriage of Myths

"Monarchy offers a fantasy of national communion while, by its very existence, making it more unlikely to ever come to pass."

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Publisher's Note

Why I’ll Miss My Friend Tom Wolfe

"Wolfe was always the arch opponent of orthodoxy in all its forms."

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Publisher's Note

The Comedy

"France has lowered herself to the status of a stamp or seal in order to 'reassure' the American Establishment that its loutish leader isn't entirely mad."

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Editor's Note

Inside the June Issue

Seymour M. Hersh, Zora Neale Hurston, Rabih Alameddine, and more

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Postcard

The Real Thing

A visit to the space coast

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Postcard

The Bad and the Ugly

Acquiring works for the Museum of Bad Art

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