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NY Review of Books

Michael Tomasky, nine years ago, on the myth of John McCain bit.ly/2uu3Wzn
Liana Finck on “Sara Berman’s Closet” at the Met j.mp/2uiD6J8
Vasari praised Raphael’s depiction of the “grandissima compassione” of the apostles, as in this drawing from 1519 j.mp/2ukNT7V
Repealing the ACA would take away health care from 32 million Americans: bit.ly/2u5rZ7K
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Rare chance to see up close a wide array of Raphael's works from throughout his life—thrilling, revelatory @nybooks nybooks.com/daily/2017/07/…
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Louis Kahn-designed floating concert hall in danger of demolition curbed.com/2017/7/14/1597…
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Masha Gessen delves into the Trumpian world j.mp/2ufhHSV
In retrospect, there were some warning signs.
A critic of the time called this painting by Pissarro “palette-scrapings placed uniformly on a dirty canvas” j.mp/2u6vFXW
Experience “Inventing #Utamaro” before it closes on July 9. See the recent review by Ian Buruma of @nybooks: nybooks.com/daily/2017/06/…
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Under the Senate bill, 22 million people will lose their health care. The 400 highest-income households will receive $33 billion in tax cuts
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Who knew that the archetype for today's health insurance plans started w/ teachers unions... nybooks.com/articles/2017/… #history
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This @nybooks article on the grim outlook for abortion rights in the US is very worth your time. nybooks.com/articles/2017/…
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Excited about our softball game against @nybooks this afternoon! And we just got their new issue!!!!!
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The $8,000 stress echo and "fixing-people production line" that characterizes American healthcare nybooks.com/articles/2017/… @groopman @nybooks
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Alma Guillermoprieto on Trump and Cuba j.mp/2gLknh7
In Lygia Pape’s 1968 work ‘Divider,’ participants put their heads through a large sheet of canvas and move around j.mp/2sfhhLf
A reminder that Trump started violating the Constitution on January 20, when he took the oath of office j.mp/2kEUBNJ
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on stan brakhage and the perils of "bouncing the light off" one's family, for @NYRDaily: nybooks.com/daily/2017/06/…
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In drawing, Saul Steinberg said, his hand “explains to myself what goes on in my mind.” Chris Ware follows his line: j.mp/2rpyvWG
Robert Storr on the cacophonous genius of Raymond Pettibon, whose work is now on view at @davidzwirner j.mp/2rtmnBo
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With his beautiful Ernst Lubitsch article @nybooks, Geoffrey O’Brien proves (again) he is one of our best critics nybooks.com/daily/2017/06/…
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