Magazine July 31, 2017, Issue

The Sanders Scandal

Jane Sanders (T.J. Kirkpatrick/Bloomberg via Getty Images)
Are Bernie and his wife guilty of fraud and corruption?

Should Jane Sanders be charged with bank fraud? Should her husband?

The prospect of Senator Bernie Sanders’s being charged with a finance-related felony — for chiseling a bank, a public agency, and a church out of a seven-figure sum on behalf of a pinko private school known for its study-abroad program in Cuba — suggests an almost Shakespearean undoing. The Vermont socialist has made a pretty good career (the only real job he’s ever had) out of denouncing financial institutions whose businesses and products he does not understand. And he, along with his Democratic-primary rival, Hillary Rodham Clinton, has specifically complained

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Mary McCarthy’s Moment Peter Tonguette’s review of Mary McCarthy: The Complete Fiction (July 10) argues that the novelist had large ambitions but “came up short every time.” Yet he never mentions ...
The Week

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‐ Collude with the Russians? Trump’s people can’t even collude with each other. ‐ Away from Washington and the American media environment, President Trump gave a stirring and perceptive speech in ...
Poetry

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FROM LACK OF LOVE, I WILL NOT EVER DIE . . . From lack of love, I will not ever die, so may the stingy, cold, and lordly rage imprisoned with pride inside ...

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