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“The Republican coalition in recent years has been, to oversimplify, rich people and evangelical Christians. The hollowness is they don’t have anything in common. . . . Trump exploited that lack of commonality,” Nicholas Lemann says. nyer.cm/jFTIwgT
The Future of Trumpism
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Britney Spears song that begins, “I’m Miss American Dream”: nine letters. nyer.cm/UV2IYR4
The Crossword: Monday, October 26, 2020
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The HBO series "Lovecraft Country" presents an account of racially segregated America tinged with strangeness.
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The Missing Melodrama of Lovecraft Country
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Luis Miranda is possibly even more animated than his son Lin-Manuel. In “Siempre, Luis,” a new HBO documentary, Lin-Manuel describes his father as “relentless,” not unlike another Caribbean-born politico, Alexander Hamilton. nyer.cm/0m55ziU
The Dad Who Taught Lin-Manuel Miranda Retail Politics
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Eighty-five years after Maurice Wilson began his mad quest to fly to the Himalayas and climb Mt. Everest alone, @edcaesar climbed into a vintage biplane and took to the skies himself. nyer.cm/dY5Nacb
A Pilots Son Takes Flight
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Carefully balanced rock towers make a pretty picture, but the proliferation of cairns, fuelled by social media, has negative consequences for the environment. nyer.cm/pjMcZsz
How Stone Stacking Wreaks Havoc on National Parks
newyorker.com
 
The last words in Shirley Jackson's journal, written six months before she died, are: “I am the captain of my fate. Laughter is possible laughter is possible laughter is possible.” nyer.cm/8p3NyjW
The Haunted Mind of Shirley Jackson
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Upstate New York has been a popular destination among city dwellers since the 18th century, but its peak passed in the 1950s and 1960s. Over the past six months, demand has surged. nyer.cm/GysvXFR
The Pandemic Sparks a Real-Estate Gold Rush in Upstate New York
newyorker.com
 
“Our circumstances might change, our lives may change, but there’s something in music that remains constant,” @YoYo_Ma said at the @NewYorkerFest, in conversation with @EmanuelAx. Watch excerpts of their performance and conversation. nyer.cm/HvuQyOn
Yo-Yo Ma and Emanuel Ax on the Role of Music in Dark Times
newyorker.com
 
.@lukemogelson was on the streets of Portland, Oregon when the clash between antifascists, right-wing groups, and the police turned deadly. Read his report on the origins and the future of antifascism. nyer.cm/qrVR8eu
In the Streets with Antifa
newyorker.com
 
“I feel like the gentleman on the high wire when he was crossing between the towers of the World Trade Center,” one restaurant owner said. “There’s no net." nyer.cm/50oOplo
The Uncertain Promises of Indoor Dining in New York City
newyorker.com
 
 
With Kevin Van Ausdal bowing out, Marjorie Taylor Greene sees her congressional bid as her chance “to take this global cabal of Satan-worshipping pedophiles out.” nyer.cm/i8ooOQB
The Regular Guy Who Almost Challenged Georgias QAnon Candidate
newyorker.com
 
Part concert, part vision quest, the Broadway show “American Utopia,” filmed by Spike Lee and featuring a roving 12-piece band, is streaming on HBO. nyer.cm/EYvxeqC
David Byrnes American Utopia Comes to Television
newyorker.com
 
Radha Blank’s début feature film is a full-circle city satire in which the main character’s attitudes and antipathies don’t take place in a void but, rather, snap back at her and make her feel their sting. nyer.cm/CfonlbJ
The Forty-Year-Old Version, Reviewed: A Playwrights Boldly Self-Aware Comedy of Art and Compromise
newyorker.com
 
We know what measures are needed to combat the coronavirus. We need an Administration that will implement them on a national level—and address the deeper dysfunctions of our health-care system. nyer.cm/LovkMvc
Controlling the Pandemic Is the First Step Toward Rescuing a Failed System
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What will it take to create a post-pandemic economy that is fairer, more unified, and more resilient?
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The Great Coronavirus Divide: Wall Street Profits Surge as Poverty Rises
newyorker.com
 
The 1972 documentary "Red Squad," an extraordinary work of investigative journalism, highlights the authoritarian menace of a police force that seeks to repress dissent.
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Red Squad: An Investigation of the N.Y.P.D.s Crackdown on Dissent, Fifty Years Ago
newyorker.com
 
Olivia Troye, the first staffer on the coronavirus task force to go public, told @sbg1 that America’s pandemic response was “derailed by the person at the very top.” nyer.cm/CDMHzQ4
It Was All About the Election: The Ex-White House Aide Olivia Troye on Trumps Narcissistic Mishandling of COVID-19
newyorker.com
 
Polls show Joe Biden maintaining a strong lead as the campaign for the White House enters the homestretch, but many Democrats remain wary that the debacle of 2016 could be repeated. nyer.cm/jP7BwSZ
Whats the State of the Presidential Race Two Weeks Out?
newyorker.com
 
Can end-to-end encryption—of our text messages, video chats, voice calls, and emoji reactions—bring normality back to the Internet? nyer.cm/no8WLqV
Taking Back Our Privacy
newyorker.com
 
If you’re interested in how Republican politicians are talking about Donald Trump in the end phase of his term, one good place to look is at the campaigns of the 10 Republican senators who are least likely to be reëlected, @benwallacewells writes.
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How Republican Senators Account for the Trump Presidency
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With just eight days to go until the Presidential election, Donald Trump has run into something he cannot evade: an alarming third wave of the pandemic.
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Trump Survived the Coronavirus, but He Cant Escape It
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"I’m not looking for American heroism," the economist Jeffrey Sachs said. "I’m looking for the United States not to be among the most destructive forces on the planet right now." nyer.cm/igtb6Ab
Jeffrey Sachs on the Catastrophic American Response to the Coronavirus
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“Passing up a chance to help millions of people just because it might hurt my reëlection prospects—well, that was exactly the kind of myopic, self-preserving behavior I’d vowed to reject.” Barack Obama on his fight to pass the Affordable Care Act. nyer.cm/40tzXdg
Barack Obama Looks Back on His Toughest Fight
newyorker.com
 
If Donald Trump's mental state leads him to try to circumvent the election result, having Congress remove him via the Twenty-fifth Amendment would be a legitimate a function of constitutional democracy, @JeannieSGersen writes.
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We May Need the Twenty-fifth Amendment If Trump Loses
newyorker.com
 
Liberals and conservatives alike expect Amy Coney Barrett, whom the Senate has confirmed to the Supreme Court, to enable the dismantling of Roe vs. Wade and perhaps the undoing of Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s legacy. How likely is it that she will? nyer.cm/y6mhGSs
How Would Amy Coney Barrett Rule as a Supreme Court Justice?
newyorker.com
 
.@jiggyraps on the outsized impact of Kendrick Lamar, who has conquered nearly every cultural sphere.
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Kendrick Lamar and the Mantle of Black Genius
newyorker.com
 
The 1972 documentary “Red Squad” reveals the brazen surveillance of protests against the Vietnam War—and the aggressive, intrusive targeting of individual protesters by the N.Y.P.D.
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Red Squad: An Investigation of the N.Y.P.D.s Crackdown on Dissent, Fifty Years Ago
newyorker.com
 
In a piece published in this week's issue, Barack Obama is insistently Obamian: poised, wry, and unabashedly proud of the advances he was able to make despite a Republican leadership that was hellbent on thwarting his Presidency from the very first. nyer.cm/kZKEZkR
About Our Excerpt from President Obamas Forthcoming Memoir
newyorker.com
 
The questioning of Donald Trump’s fitness for office has persisted throughout his Presidency. He has repeatedly flipped the conversation about mental deterioration onto Joe Biden.
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We May Need the Twenty-fifth Amendment If Trump Loses
newyorker.com
 
The COVID-19 pandemic seems to be playing a role in Donald Trump's trailing poll numbers in critical states.
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Trump Survived the Coronavirus, but He Cant Escape It
newyorker.com
 
The New Yorker Retweeted ·  
For Talk of the Town, I trailed the architect and designer David Rockwell as he made a site visit to Melba's, in Harlem, where he designed prototypes for pandemic-proof indoor and outdoor "dining systems" as part of a pro-bono program called DineOut NYC newyorker.com/magazine/2020/…
Our Plexiglass-Panelled Dining Future
newyorker.com
 
David Remnick and Nicholas Lemann discuss whether Trumpism will outlast Donald Trump. Listen here, or wherever you get your podcasts. nyer.cm/BtdsbsR
The Future of Trumpism
newyorker.com
 
A Democrat who ran for Congress in Texas recalls being told that it was pointless to target the immigrants in his district, especially those in the Asian community, “because they don’t vote.” Instead of heeding the warning, he found a way. nyer.cm/LRbdZVL
Are Asian Americans the Last Undecided Voters?
newyorker.com
 
In reply to @NewYorker
As the months wore on, some members of Obama’s team began asking whether they should cut a deal with Republicans for a significantly scaled-back piece of legislation. “A scaled-down bill wasn’t going to help millions of people who were desperate,” Obama writes. pic.twitter.com/YTMVPOeHao
Replying to @NewYorker
Read Barack Obama’s full account of his Administration’s most enduring—and most contested—achievement. newyorker.com/magazine/2020/…
 
In reply to @NewYorker
Although he was likely to have the support of 60 Senators—a filibuster-proof majority—Obama wanted to shape his legislative proposal in such a way that it had a chance of winning over a handful of Republicans. pic.twitter.com/mcBzbHCVbE
Replying to @NewYorker
As the months wore on, some members of Obama’s team began asking whether they should cut a deal with Republicans for a significantly scaled-back piece of legislation. “A scaled-down bill wasn’t going to help millions of people who were desperate,” Obama writes.
 
In reply to @NewYorker
Despite the political hazards of trying to get a big health-care-reform bill through Congress at the height of a historic recession, Obama was determined to go forward. pic.twitter.com/wGQDPOOrcZ
Replying to @NewYorker
Although he was likely to have the support of 60 Senators—a filibuster-proof majority—Obama wanted to shape his legislative proposal in such a way that it had a chance of winning over a handful of Republicans.
 
In reply to @NewYorker
By the time Obama took office, more than 43 million Americans were uninsured, premiums for family coverage had risen 97 per cent since 2000, and costs were continuing to climb. pic.twitter.com/CgnPp46O49
Replying to @NewYorker
Despite the political hazards of trying to get a big health-care-reform bill through Congress at the height of a historic recession, Obama was determined to go forward.
 
In an excerpt from his forthcoming memoir, @BarackObama reflects on the ferocious battle behind the passage of the Affordable Care Act. newyorker.com/magazine/2020/…
Replying to @NewYorker
By the time Obama took office, more than 43 million Americans were uninsured, premiums for family coverage had risen 97 per cent since 2000, and costs were continuing to climb.
 
In an excerpt from his forthcoming memoir, @BarackObama reflects on the ferocious battle behind the passage of the Affordable Care Act. newyorker.com/magazine/2020/…
 
Although polls show that Joe Biden has a slight edge over Donald Trump in Florida, the President leads overwhelmingly with Cuban-American voters. nyer.cm/zYqC0cJ
How Pro-Trump Disinformation Is Swaying a New Generation of Cuban-American Voters
newyorker.com
 
Some conservatives suggest that, after the Trump Presidency, the Republican and Democratic Parties might switch the roles they’ve held for the past century—with the G.O.P. becoming the party of the people.
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The Republican Identity Crisis After Trump
newyorker.com
 
How Kendrick Lamar pushed the pop landscape toward jazz and soul sounds and made space for more radical forms of Blackness.
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Kendrick Lamar and the Mantle of Black Genius
newyorker.com
 
In reply to @NewYorker
Nicholas Lemann reflects on Donald Trump’s Presidency, and what it signifies about the future of the Republican Party. newyorker.com/magazine/2020/…
Replying to @NewYorker
.@huahsu reports on the role of Asian Americans in electoral politics, who tend not to identify strongly with either of the major parties. newyorker.com/magazine/2020/…
 
The New Yorker Retweeted ·  
Read an excerpt from Barack Obama’s new memoir: newyorker.com/magazine/2020/… via @NewYorker
 
In reply to @NewYorker
Luke Mogelson reports from the streets of Portland, Oregon, where rallies have been held for more than 100 nights following the killing of George Floyd, attracting far-right and antifascist groups. newyorker.com/magazine/2020/…
Replying to @NewYorker
Nicholas Lemann reflects on Donald Trump’s Presidency, and what it signifies about the future of the Republican Party. newyorker.com/magazine/2020/…
 
During Donald Trump’s Presidency, the American flag has increasingly surfaced in connection with what an expert calls “extra-governmental groups: militias, paramilitary groups, groups identified as domestic terrorists.”
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The Changing Meaning of the American Flag Under Trump
newyorker.com
 
In an excerpt from his forthcoming book, Barack Obama reflects on the personal nature of his push to reform health care, the rise of the Tea Party, and the tense negotiations behind the passage of the Affordable Care Act. nyer.cm/zD6KdCc
Barack Obama Looks Back on His Toughest Fight
newyorker.com
 
In reply to @NewYorker
In an exclusive excerpt from @BarackObama’s forthcoming memoir, the former President tells the story behind the ferocious battle over his most transformative piece of legislation, the Affordable Care Act. newyorker.com/magazine/2020/…
Replying to @NewYorker
Luke Mogelson reports from the streets of Portland, Oregon, where rallies have been held for more than 100 nights following the killing of George Floyd, attracting far-right and antifascist groups. newyorker.com/magazine/2020/…
 
 
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