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In the midst of a heated presidential campaign

From TNR, Elizabeth Winkler on Hillary’s missing girls: Why aren't more young women voting for Hillary Clinton? Leon Neyfakh on why the Clintons aren’t to blame for mass incarceration (and more). Ed Kilgore on how electability may be Hillary Clinton’s secret weapon. Sahil Kapur on how Bernie Sanders’ political revolution is off to a slow start: He has pledged to mobilize millions of new Americans to transform politics, but so far, Democratic turnout is down. From In These Times, an editorial on


Paper Trail

MTV News is relaunching with some big-name new hires from both old- and new-media, including Grantland’s former editorial director Dan Fierman, longtime Spin author Charles Aaron, Pitchfork Review editor Jessica Hopper, political author Ana Marie Cox, and the New Republic’s Jamil Smith (among others). The UK newspaper The Independent will publish its last print edition

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Selling Citizenship

Atossa Araxia AbrahamianThe idea of buying citizenship tends to invoke Bond villains or the louche drifters in Graham Greene's novels. But it's also a very real practice that offends nationalists, rankles politicians, and

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The Fugitives

The Fugitives is the story of a writer who can’t, or won’t—always a fuzzy distinction—write any more. By the time we meet Alexander Mulligan, his dead-ended third novel is years late. Off the page, things seem to be wrapping up all too quickly. He has left his

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Brian Evenson

"Mormon horror writer with avant-garde leanings" might seem like an improbable description, but Evenson excels at bringing different worlds and genres together, and his gift for making contradictory versions of reality overlap often intensifies his work's creepy effects.

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Sabaa Tahir: 2015 National Book Festival

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After Gay Marriage

Kate Redburn

When the Supreme Court delivered its ruling in June 2015 confirming marriage equality, it was greeted as an historic civil rights achievement. Over the past several years, mounting marriage victories combined with a cresting wave of trans activism had already pushed legal advocates to think beyond gay marriage, the issue that has absorbed the bulk of the movement’s advocacy, resources, and powers of mass mobilization.

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