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War and Peace
September 12-19, 2016, Issue
Cover art by: Rick Wilson
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Your Nationalism Can’t Contain Me
I’ve held three passports and claimed many identities, all at once. I am the future of citizenship.
Can War Reporting Be a Feminist Project?
Women journalists can go to places where men are barred—and build their careers by exposing the lives of other women.
Is Angela Corey the Cruelest Prosecutor in America?
The woman who failed to convict Trayvon Martin’s killer is putting hundreds of kids in prison, and dozens of people on death row.
Pundits, Decrying the Horrors of War in Aleppo, Demand Expanded War
As with Iraq and Libya, these laptop bombardiers offer no clear plan for how to actually end the suffering of the Syrian people.
Adam H. Johnson
Is Julian Assange Exposing Innocent People to Persecution With Reckless Leaks?
That’s the accusation from dissidents in Saudi Arabia, Turkey, and elsewhere.
This Is Why I Come to Work Every Day
Even in the age of Trump, facts still can and do matter. Our work is to ferret them out and wield them as tools for reform.
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Trump Team Strategy?
France Has a Strange Concept of Feminism—and Secularism
Local bans on “burkinis” aren’t only wrong—they’re counterproductive.
Books and the Arts
Thomas Struth’s Post-Internet Art
His pictures generate a perceptual confusion that might best represent where we stand with technology today.
Naming America’s Own Genocide
In a commanding new book, Benjamin Madley calls California’s 19th-century elected officials “the primary architects of annihilation” against Native Americans in the state. Reading it is like watching bodies being piled on a pyre.
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Letters From the September 12-19, 2016, Issue
Portrait of the artist as an old man… Yes, black lives matter… Not-so-neo-Nazism…
Puzzle No. 3406
Joshua Kosman and Henri Picciotto