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National characteristics

Brussels Spleen

From an outline for a book Charles Baudelaire planned to write on Belgium, where he lived from 1864 until shortly before his death, in 1867. The outline is published in…

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A Brief Period of Rejoicing

As the summer of 2012 approached, the third coming of the Olympics to London began to feel like an impending apocalypse—especially after it became clear that Britain was in the…

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The Naughts

This essay appears as the introduction to Submersion Journalism: Reporting in the Radical First Person from Harper’s Magazine, to be published this month by the New Press. Hodge is the…

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11. The National Character

From the Forum “Undoing Bush” The undoing of the American character has a long history. It took more than half a century from a summer’s day in August, when the…

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January 1992