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The Real Thing

A visit to the space coast

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The Bad and the Ugly

Acquiring works for the Museum of Bad Art

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Body Hunters

Searching for closure in Veracruz 

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Editor's Note

Inside the May Issue

Rebecca Solnit, Rick Moody, Rachel Cusk, Jonathan Dee, and more

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Humanitarian Wars

"I’ve often found myself doing battle with 'humanitarian' propaganda, sometimes promoted by nice, respectable people who strongly support military interventions, justified (in their view) because they would save hundreds of thousands of innocent lives."

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The Bubble Bursts

Having made it to paradise, refugees are stuck sleeping on Paris streets

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Context

The End of Retirement

When you can’t afford to stop working

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Weekly Review

Weekly Review

More than a million Americans marched in protest of the country's lax gun-control laws,   Trump appointed John Bolton as his third national security adviser, and a pothole patching machine was unveiled in Rome

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The Curator

Touring Sultan Sooud al-Qassemi's art collection

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Weekly Review

Donald Trump says teachers should carry guns, a school resource officer mistakenly fires his gun at a middle school in Virginia, and the United States receives its worst-ever ranking on the World Happiness Report

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Inside the April Issue

Thomas Frank, Elaine Blair, Andrew Cockburn, Lidija Haas, Corey Robin, and more...

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Dynasty Politics

"The Democrats prefer losing with a Clinton to winning with a Sanders."

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Weekly Review

Weekly Review

Hope Hicks resigns, China bans the letter n, and the moon gets a mobile phone network

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Readings

Women’s Troubles

By Abby Norman, from Ask Me About My Uterus, which was published last month by Nation Books. Norman is an editor at Futurism, a science and technology website.

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Reviews

The Whole Household of Man

On Ursula K. Le Guin's The Hainish Novels and Stories

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The Sleep of Men

"Why not mount a direct attack on economic discrimination and revive the campaign for the Equal Rights Amendment?"

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Inside the March Issue

Rebecca Solnit, Katie Roiphe, Sallie Tisdale, and more

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Shared Silence

What should be done with the symbols of white supremacy? 

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Network Theory

A visit to Hearst Castle

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