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In this issue:
COMMENT
"Clinton Sick Days" by Amy Davidson: As Hillary rested and Trump pulled even in the polls, Democratic Party leaders made cameo appearances on the campaign trail.
LETTER FROM WASHINGTON
"President Trump" by Evan Osnos: His campaign tells us a lot about what kind of Commander-in-Chief he would be.
A REPORTER AT LARGE
"Twilight" by Ed Caesar: Anna Lyndsey's memoir of extreme light sensitivity got rave reviews - but doctors have doubts about her story.
BOOKS
"Street Cred" by Adam Gopnik: What the urbanist and writer Jane Jacobs got so right about cities - and what she got wrong.
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