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It didn’t work for Republicans in this election—but their war on voting is far from dead.
David Sarasohn on the Native American vote, Elisa Wouk Almino and Jeff Ernsthausen on the push for Puerto Rican statehood.
As with Operation Cast Lead, Washington is directly complicit—and this time, Israel can argue it’s merely channeling US drone assassination policy.
If the director of the CIA and a Reserve intelligence officer can’t even conduct a decent affair, what does that say about the institution that groomed them?
Her death is a warning: It could happen here.
Louise Glück’s poems aim to get to the bottom of her experience without making an idol of “reality” or brute suffering.
For all the ways it is rife with tenderness, fury and ugliness, William Faulkner’s fiction is stubbornly persistent in its artistry.
Edward P. Jones’s characters know that everything they’ve worked for might suddenly be taken from them.
Edward Luttwack’’s The Rise of China vs. the Logic of Strategy
In The Passage of Power, Robert Caro shows that LBJ’s brilliance as a politician lay not in his idealism but his opportunism.
If you get to the top, only to find that the voice hounding you with charges of inauthenticity is your own, what then?
Republic or empire?
And don’t miss Kosman and Picciotto’s crossword blog, Word Salad.