Magazine May 14, 2018, Issue

What We’re Reading

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We asked some friends for recommendations of books that have been published in recent months, and other books they’ve read and enjoyed recently. Here’s our spring reading list.

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Hell Divers, by Nicholas Sansbury Smith. Two centuries after a nuclear war that made Earth uninhabitable, the human species survives only in two huge airships, which keep their passengers alive by sending “Hell Divers” down to the poisonous surface in order to retrieve power cells and spare parts that survived the war. The trouble is that there are creatures that adapted to survive on the surface, and all of them are

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In This Issue

Articles

Features

Books, Arts & Manners

Books

Redeeming the Miracle

Yuval Levin reviews Suicide of the West: How the Rebirth of Tribalism, Populism, Nationalism, and Identity Politics Is Destroying American Democracy, by Jonah Goldberg.

Sections

Letters

Letters

Richard Rustad responds to Yuval Levin & Ramesh Ponnuru’s article “A New Health-Care Debate.”

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