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Sunday, September 4, 2016
Introducing a New Series: Trump and the Truth
On Friday, September 2, 2016 4:30 PM, The New Yorker <NewYorker@newsletter.newyorker.com> wrote:
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Friday, September 2, 2016
How Should We Read Investor Letters?
Considering the correspondence between C.E.O.s and shareholders as a literary genre.
Introducing Our New Series on Trump and the Truth
In recent weeks, reporters and the fact-checking department at
The New Yorker
have put their efforts into a series of reported essays about Trump and lying.
Trump's Outrageous Claims About Crime and Immigration
He likes to champion perceptions over facts. And here, alas, the G.O.P. nominee may be on to something.
Revisiting Teflon Don's Early Fans
Four supporters challenge our casual assumptions about Donald Trump's short-term and long-term future.
Brazil After Dilma Rousseff
On Wednesday, the
voted overwhelmingly to remove the President from office, but the consensus belied a deep national rift.
"Addictively readable." —NIALL FERGUSON
"Nuanced and moving…. A significant new voice in contemporary fiction." —BRET ANTHONY JOHNSTON
The Current Cinema
Prim Romance in "The Light Between Oceans"
Derek Cianfrance's film, starring Michael Fassbender and Alicia Vikander, is an old-fashioned enterprise, wedded to the principle that love conquers all.
Werner Herzog's Internet Visionaries
In its focus on dreamers, "Lo and Behold," the filmmaker's new documentary about the Internet, is a natural extension of his previous work.
A Coloring Book That Stresses Me Out
Watching other people bike in Manhattan," "Taylor Swift and Tom Hiddleston's
press tour," and other anxiety-inducing pictures.
Jason Adam Katzenstein
Friday, September 2nd.
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