In this issue:
"Misdiagnosing a Crisis" by Amy Davidson Sorkin: On the campaign trail, he promised to solve the epidemic. But his actions in office have been at odds with the goal of taking it seriously.
A REPORTER AT LARGE
"No Questions Asked" by Adam Davidson: Trump's firm barely vetted its foreign partners. Was this a lapse—or a strategy?
ANNALS OF AGRICULTURE
"Strawberry Valley" by Dana Goodyear: How Driscoll's became the Apple of the berry business.
A CRITIC AT LARGE
"Out of Action" by Nathan Heller: We turn out in the streets and nothing seems to happen. Maybe we’re doing it wrong.
THE CURRENT CINEMA
"Desperadoes" by Anthony Lane: Reviews of Good Time and Nocturama.
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