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In this issue:
COMMENT
"Bad Cops, Good Cops", by Margaret Talbot: Laquan McDonald and the code of silence that exists in police forces.
THE TALK OF THE TOWN
"Rubdown", by Andrew Marantz: Employees and residents of the high-rises talk about the real-estate mogul's Presidential campaign.
PROFILES
"Negotiating the Whirlwind", by David Remnick: Can Secretary of State John Kerry break through in Syria?
OUR FAR-FLUNG CORRESPONDENTS
"Medical Mountaineers", by Rebecca Solnit: Delivering basic care to the remote Himalayas.
THE CURRENT CINEMA
"Deep and Dark", by Anthony Lane: Reviews of In the Heart of the Sea and Son of Saul.
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