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NY Review of Books

This paragraph in Zadie Smith's Brexit piece is also a shrewd insight about the Trump vote:…
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Lucy McKeon on the psychological portraits of Marcel Sternberger
After her mother died, Marina Warner found a whale’s tooth among her old coins and buttons
Wolf Suschitzky: Second Front Meeting, Trafalgar Square, 1942
“Think outside the fucking manual,” a sergeant told interrogator Eric Fair at Abu Ghraib.
Digital technology - and the disappearance of the physical self. (Essential @nybooks essay)…
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John Smith’s father painted rooms in his house for 50 years, always stirring with this stick
In a survey, 73% of likely Republican voters favored banning Muslims from entering the US
Mark Danner, writing in May about how Trump might win
The Glory of Pergamon in New York
Best thing I've ever read on our deadly culture of gun worship: 'Our Moloch' by Garry Wills…
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This 13th-century doodle, long regarded as anti-Jewish, may have a more complicated meaning
Martin Filler on what landscape architect Roberto Burle Marx did for garden design
Pretty rare to see Karl Marlantes come up on the net, oughtta read him when he does.
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Joan Crawford, 25, looking like she's destined to play Flämmchen in GRAND HOTEL - tonight 7:15pm @nitehawkcinema
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"Why the Very Poor Have Become Poorer" Surviving on $2 a day in America: (@nybooks)
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The US #massincarceration system needs to change from start to finish. Some ideas: #CJReform
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Stunning Sandy Jencks chart shows income at 2nd percentile plummeting from 1999 to present…
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Germs are frequent flyers. Pandemic-causing pathogens sail seas, board jets & climb walls.…
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J. Hoberman on Bi Gan’s ‘Kaili Blues,’ a tour de force “both absorbing and self-absorbed”
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