In this issue:
"Inquietude" by Jill Lepore: The fight for the First Amendment, on campuses and football fields, from the sixties to today.
"Something in the Air" by Rachel Moore: Aromatic oils have become big business. But are they medicine or marketing?
"The Storyteller" by Janet Malcom: Her show permits liberals to enjoy themselves during what may be the most unenjoyable time of their political lives.
A CRITIC AT LARGE
"Color Corrected" by Kelefa Sanneh: Where affirmative action was about compensatory justice, diversity is meant to be a shared benefit. But does the rationale carry weight?
THE CURRENT CINEMA
"Young At Heart" by Anthony Lane: Reviews of The Florida Project and Our Souls at Night.
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