In this issue:
"October Surprises" by Amy Davidson: The WikiLeaks e-mails.
THE FINANCIAL PAGE
"Uneasy Lies the Head" by James Surowiecki: Companies treat—and pay—top executives as if they were all-powerful. So when things go bad the boss is shown the door.
ANNALS OF RELIGION
"The Moral Minority" by Kelefa Sanneh: If the Southern Baptist church can't be bigger, Russell Moore wants it to be better.
LETTER FROM SHANGHAI
"The Emperor's New Museum" by Jiayang Fan: An ostentatious billionaire is using art to put China on the cultural map.
"Fox Eats Crow" by Emily Nussbaum: The crisis of Fox News and the rise of Megyn Kelly.
THE CURRENT CINEMA
"Good Fights" by Anthony Lane: Reviews of Hacksaw Ridge and Loving.
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