Magazine June 13, 2016, Issue

The Week

(Roman Genn)

‐ Perhaps there’s some sort of battle of the sexes playing out in the Sanders household: She bankrupted one college, and now he proposes bankrupting them all.

‐ Following his victory in the nomination fight, Trump shot up in several polls, some of which showed him slightly ahead of Clinton. The vast majority of Republicans are supporting him over her even as they continue to harbor serious reservations about him. Roughly half, for example, do not regard him as a good representative of Republican values. His fans, and even neutral observers, are jumping to the conclusion that this will be a

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Free Men and 401(k)s There are three ways to get a man to do something. You can coerce him, you can fool him, or you can talk him into it. The ...
Politics & Policy

The Week

‐ Perhaps there’s some sort of battle of the sexes playing out in the Sanders household: She bankrupted one college, and now he proposes bankrupting them all. ‐ Following his victory ...
Politics & Policy

Poetry

INERTIA High glinting leaves, glazed by the post-storm light, are hushing dusk in reassuring waves. Our lichen-clad old maple lost three limbs to rain that felt like reprimands of God. Scraggly, and cut unevenly for years to spare town wires, it angles ...

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