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How Do You Document Something As Unimaginable as a School Shooting ?

Rebecca Bengal Photographer Andres Gonzalez’s American Origami looks at the aftermaths of seven, providing an affecting exploration of a uniquely American epidemic. The post How Do You Document (...)
24/02/2020

Why Harvey Weinstein Might Walk

JoAnn Wypijewski Our reporter offers a view from the public line at the Weinstein trial. The post Why Harvey Weinstein Might Walk appeared first on The (...)
20/02/2020

The Novels That Explain the Failure of Centrism

Jake Bittle Anthony Trollope’s six-volume saga about moderates in British parliament can now be read as a critique of liberal political values. The post The Novels That Explain the Failure of (...)
20/02/2020

‘High Fidelity’ Is a Broken Record

Julyssa Lopez While the TV reboot breaks out of some of the original’s male-centered whiteness, it refuses to take risks that would make it more memorable. The post ‘High Fidelity’ Is a Broken (...)
19/02/2020

Comix Nation

Ward Sutton The post Comix Nation appeared first on The Nation.
18/02/2020

The Removal of Lt. Col. Vindman (and His Brother) From the White House Staff

Calvin Trillin The post The Removal of Lt. Col. Vindman (and His Brother) From the White House Staff appeared first on The Nation.
18/02/2020

The Nightmare Touches Its Forehead to My Lips

Andrés Cerpa The post The Nightmare Touches Its Forehead to My Lips appeared first on The Nation.
18/02/2020

A Smiling Understanding

Stanley Moss The post A Smiling Understanding appeared first on The Nation.
18/02/2020

The Making of France’s Presidential System

Hugo Drochon Focusing on the tensions between top-down reforms and bottom-up democratic discontent, Herrick Chapman’s new history tells a very different story about postwar France. The post The (...)
18/02/2020

Ricardo Piglia’s Books of Disquiet

Jessica Loudis As he witnessed the dissolution of civil society under a series of repressive governments, the Argentine novelist and critic began recording the most mundane parts of everyday (...)
17/02/2020

Richard Powers on the Standing of Trees

Zoë Carpenter The author of The Overstory hikes through the Great Smoky Mountains and discusses giving personhood to nonhumans. The post Richard Powers on the Standing of Trees appeared first on (...)
17/02/2020

The Modern GOP Is Built on Lies

Eric Alterman In some ways Trump is more truthful than previous Republican presidents. The post The Modern GOP Is Built on Lies appeared first on The (...)
14/02/2020

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