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In this issue:
COMMENT
"Autumn of the Patriarchy" by David Remnick: The Weinstein moment and the Trump Presidency.
THE TALK OF THE TOWN
"Wet Paint" by Susan Lehman: A Belgian expat investigates why there are there so many "wet paint" signs in the subway.
LETTER FROM SILICON VALLEY
"The Disrupters" by Sheelah Kolhatkar: The dramatic imbalance in pay and power has created the conditions for abuse. More and more, women are pushing for change.
ANNALS OF SCIENCE
"Going Negative" by Elizabeth Kolbert: CO2 could soon reach levels that, it’s widely agreed, will lead to catastrophe.
A CRITIC AT LARGE
"The Illusion of Control" by Hua Hsu: The sports video game that's not about sports.
THE CURRENT CINEMA
"Crimes and Misdemeanors" by Anthony Lane: Reviews of Murder on the Orient Express and Thelma.
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