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The question of who gets to live, and how, has always been the realm of politics.

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The Korean Peace Process
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He behaves like a man who believes that history is not over, even if established ways of picturing historical change on the…

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Rededication
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Everybody Knows
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An American who leaves for war never leaves America. The war that is America, rather, comes to the American.

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Conversations with Bongjun
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Children are malleable and must be cultivated carefully and deliberately, like plants.

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What Good Is Love?
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The Painful Sum of Things
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Zimbabwe is a place whose writing cannot but be both global and ambivalent about globalization.

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We Can Still Think Our Own Thoughts
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Maybe this is how Great Men read books: like boys.

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September 7, 2017

We always put the best part of ourselves in our books. The rest is gossip and trash.

November 5, 2012

Joe Biden’s boxers had stripes, or spots, or whatever—the point is my dad could see Biden’s boxers and what was on them.

January 23, 2017
Right Turn
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The work machine is also a porn machine; the porn machine is also a work machine. Work enters everything.

December 31, 2012

On the last day of the year, we give you twelve of our favorite pieces from 2012, including the feminist argument against…

May 13, 2014
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