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May 28, 2018, Issue
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Historic Korean Summit Sets the Table for Peace—and US Pundits React With Horror
They were spinning the meeting, and Kim Jong-un’s outreach in particular, as a dangerous event.
Trump Threatens Senator Tester
Never Trumpers Never Mattered
They’re all over the media, but they’re politically insignificant.
Ida B. Wells-Barnett Deserves a Bigger Statue
The National Memorial for Peace and Justice is extraordinary, and we need more monuments like it.
Patricia J. Williams
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Books & the Arts
ah mulato tu dedo
oh your finger mulatto
Joseph Conrad and the Dawn of Globalization
What passes for civilization is often just refined savagery.
Perry Anderson’s Long Goodbye
In the absence of revolution, Perry Anderson embraces realism.
Mothering Under Capitalism
Jacqueline Rose and the politics of motherhood.
Timothy Snyder’s Bleak Vision
The Road to Unfreedom
, Snyder’s vision of history driven by rival states and ruthless statesmen undermines his own insistence on the importance of individual responsibility.
Can Yanis Varoufakis Save Europe?
At a moment when many on the right and left have abandoned the European project, Greece’s former finance minister has other plans for the continent.
Atossa Araxia Abrahamian
Cardi B’s Best Life
What some would consider missteps, the rapper has turned into the stuff of stardom, and
Invasion of Privacy
is a momentous testament to perseverance.
Moby’s Relentless Pursuit of Authenticity
His new album,
Everything Was Beautiful, and Nothing Hurt
, sounds teleported directly from 1999.
Letters From the May 28, 2018, Issue
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