In this issue:
"Enemy of the State", by Nicholas Lemann: Ron Paul’s hostility to government.
THE TALK OF THE TOWN
“Supercop”, by Lauren Collins: Bill Bratton, David Cameron, and British Gangs.
“All Due Respect”, by Peter Hessler: An American reporter takes on the yakuza.
ANNALS OF COMMUNICATIONS
"War of Choice", by Ken Auletta: Marco Rubio’s battle with Univision.
SHOUTS & MURMURS
"Center of the Universe", by Simon Rich: How the world was created.
THE CURRENT CINEMA
"Tehran Tales", by Anthony Lane: Reviews of A Separation and The Hunter.
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Don't miss articles on Ron Paul, Rubio and God!
I would recommend this issue because so much of it was a worthwhile listen.
Any other issue of the New Yorker. They all have the same format and I enjoyed them so much I got a year's subscription.
I have and this is an exceptional one. Especially the humorous Simon Rich's
I felt the story on Ron Paul and what his anti government stance truly would mean for this country was timely. I wonder why young people are so enamored with him. Makes no sense to me.
I also thought the Marco Rubio story was enlightening. It seems that if the GOP wants 35% of the Hispanic vote, Rubio won't be able to get it for them. I believe the GOP just doesn't get it on women or Hispanics or Blacks. Just putting a
In each issue there is usually one story that I just can't get interested in, however for the most part this is always a weekend delight for me. Can't wait for my next New Yorker!
- Kristi Richardson "An old broad that enjoys books of all types. Would rather read than write reviews though. I know what I like, and won't be bothered by crap."