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The Call of the Drums

Where the barbarians are: the Hungarian right’s obsession with a false history

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Publisher's Note

Censorship

“Nor would I leave to Emmanuel Macron and Mark Zuckerberg, both of them politicians first and foremost, the job of regulating anything that has to do with words or language.”

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Weekly Review

Weekly Review

The National Academy of Sciences published a study that found CEOs and CFOs who use the extramarital-affair website Ashley Madison are more than twice as likely to engage in corporate misconduct.

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Podcast

The Last Frontier

Range life: the not entirely romantic existence of homesteaders in the San Luis Valley

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Satire

Revolution to the End?

A guide to the Democratic presidential hopefuls

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Weekly Review

Weekly Review

Boris Johnson was sworn in as prime minister; Donald Trump complained about Obama ruining the White House’s air-conditioning

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Memento Mori

Edwin Dobb (1950–2019)

Remembering Edwin Dobb

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Personal and Otherwise

A Different Horizon

Reconsidering the other historic event that took place during the moon landing

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Podcast

A Play with No End

Force majeure: What the American left could learn from the Gilets Jaunes

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Weekly Review

Weekly Review

A police officer admitted that, while waiting at the London home of a family whose child had died, he had purchased four pornographic movies on their Virgin TV account.

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Weekly Review

Weekly Review

“What’s the point?” said Senator Tim Scott, who is paid at least $174,000 per year as an elected official, when asked whether he had read the Mueller report.

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Editor's Note

Inside the August Issue

Ted Conover among the homesteaders of Colorado’s San Luis Valley; Christopher Ketcham on the Gilets Jaunes; Marc de Miramon on former Rwandan President Paul Kagame; Jacob Mikanowski on Hungary’s far right

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Publisher's Note

American Greatness

“Without conceding that there’s anything at all logical in Donald Trump’s fatuous rhetoric, we can nevertheless acknowledge that America is in fact sick, that in its inmost depths it is guilty of a grievous error.”

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Podcast

The Hardest Music and the Softest Animals

Nell Zink discusses her latest novel, zines, and musical reverberation

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Postcard

In the Drink

Known unknowns in the Cape Fear River

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Postcard

Horizontal World

After rebuilding Fraguas, a town destroyed under Franco, Spanish squatters face eviction

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Weekly Review

Weekly Review

An Asian-American couple who allegedly spent more than $100,000 on in vitro fertilization sued a fertility clinic after they gave birth to two children who are not Asian.

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Podcast

“Just Keep Going North”

Theories on the frontier: the process, politics, and ethics that arise while covering the U.S.-Mexico border

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Weekly Review

Weekly Review

New York announced that there are, officially, 2,373 squirrels in Central Park.

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Podcast

Stonewall at Fifty

Three writers and activists consider the meanings of Pride

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Weekly Review

Weekly Review

Alabama passed a law allowing a Presbyterian megachurch to create its own police force.

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Weekly Review

Weekly Review

Boaty McBoatface, an autonomous underwater vehicle that was named in a 2016 internet poll, discovered that stronger Antarctic winds, the result of a growing hole in the ozone layer, have been causing more ocean turbulence, which in turn has raised sea levels and temperatures.

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Postcard

English Referendums and Scotch Voters

After years of post-Brexit uncertainty, Scotland’s independence movement has become resurgent

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Editor's Note

Inside the July Issue

At the border with William T. Vollmann; new fiction by David Szalay and Nell Zink; and more

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Weekly Review

Weekly Review

New York City seized 46 ice cream trucks in a sting called “Operation Meltdown.”

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Publisher's Note

My French Side

“What is it to be French? The question has always struck me as unhealthy and manipulative . . . ”

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Podcast

Is Poverty Necessary?

Who generates value in the modern economy, and who should benefit?

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Weekly Review

Weekly Review

An event at a gas station in Edmonton to celebrate the repeal of Alberta’s consumer carbon tax was canceled in response to heavy smoke from uncontained wildfires elsewhere in the province.

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Weekly Review

Weekly Review

A study predicted that the average size of animals will shrink 25 percent in the next century.

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