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The Guggenheim’s Futurism exhibition and the Whitney Biennial offer competing visions of present-mindedness.
Squarepop—public squares of refusal—is the broken madness of the world stood on its head.
Inclusionary zoning laws are among the few tools left to ensure the creation of affordable housing.
A new film about the labor leader reduces him to a caricature and ignores his true strengths as an organizer.
Recollections from Tom Engelhardt and an interview with Schell.
John Judis’s provocative history of US foreign policy toward Israel
Immanuel Velikovsky’s strange quest for a scientific theory of everything
The short stories in The UnAmericans are studies of effusive remoteness and meandering revolution.
How Georgi Markov became the truth-teller of Bulgaria’s communist era, and paid for it with his life.
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