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What is the sound of quiet quitting?
From “License to Dine: 007 and the Real Exchange Rate,” a working paper from the National Bureau of Economic Research, which compares the evolution of James Bond’s salary with that…
Once again, the budgets of the agencies that support the arts are to be cut. Meanwhile, costs in the arts are going up. But one continues to read and hear…
Can Democrats win back postindustrial America?
I landed in Lisbon late on a temperate Thursday in January. This was the end of an unusually pan-European week for me. I’d spent the previous two days in a…
From This Brilliant Darkness, out last month from W. W. Norton. The book is composed of short essays about encounters Sharlet had while photographing strangers. mike All photos by Jeff Sharlet The…
The cost of living in the Bay Area
Poverty and paradise at the edge of America
Politics, power, and the Green New Deal
An unfinished civil war inspires a global delusion
An ongoing racial and economic crisis in a republic that reflects our own
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