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A Different Kind of Father

By Jonathan Franzen, from a footnote to his translation of “Nestroy and Posterity,” a 1912 essay by the Austrian satirist, playwright, poet, aphorist, and critic Karl Kraus (1874–1936). In the…

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In the Republic

Photographs from Iran

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Regarding the Fame of Others

From previously unpublished excerpts of a 1978 interview with Susan Sontag by Jonathan Cott. An edited version of the interview appeared in the October 4, 1979, issue of Rolling Stone.…

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Notes From Underground

From a May 23 expert-witness statement submitted as evidence in the trial of three members of the Russian activist collective Pussy Riot, who were sentenced in August to two years…

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Ceci n’est pas une poop

From the 2011 testimony of Ira Isaacs, who was found guilty of obscenity in April, on charges relating to four videos he distributed through his company Stolen Car Films. Michael…

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Piggy Bank

From a June 8, 1972, letter by William Styron to Frederick Exley, the author of A Fan’s Notes, who was a guest lecturer at the University of Iowa that year.…

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Just Us League

From recent emails sent to Roman Daniels, also known as Red Voltage, a leader of the Black Monday Society, a crime-fighting group that has been patrolling Salt Lake City in…

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Ignorance of Things Past

Who wins and who loses when we forget American history

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Killing the Competition

How the new monopolies are destroying open markets

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