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The Future of Democracy

Politics Without Politicians

The political scientist Hélène Landemore asks, If government is for the people, why can’t the people do the governing?

Campaign Chronicles

The Party Raiders of South Carolina

Before the state’s Democratic primary, on February 29th, a number of Republicans are trying to settle on the least electable candidate.

Campaign Chronicles

How Milwaukee Could Decide the Next President

欧洲杯投注What may be the most downtrodden urban community in the United States has a superpower.

Daily Comment

The Trouble with Donald Trump’s Clemencies and Pardons

The President’s absolution of white-collar criminals who were his personal friends and associates is an exercise in authoritarianism.

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Roger Angell’s Era-Spanning Career at The New Yorker

It is tempting to view Roger Angell, who is now ninety-nine, as a keeper of this publication’s institutional memory. But he’s more likely to say, “I learned something truly amazing today!”

Culture Desk

The Day the Music Became Carbon-Neutral

欧洲杯投注Musicians rely heavily on touring to generate revenue. That spells trouble for the climate.

Profiles

Yuval Noah Harari’s History of Everyone, Ever

欧洲杯投注His blockbuster “Sapiens” predicted the possible end of humankind. Now what?

Postscript

Gang of Four’s Glorious and Dangerous Noise

欧洲杯投注There isn’t a single song in which the recalcitrant post-punk guitarist Andy Gill, who died on February 1st, plays like a person you could walk up and talk to.

The Sporting Scene

The Meaning of Kim Clijsters’s Second Comeback

Even a former world No. 1 tennis player can find it difficult to balance motherhood and an athletic career. But why not try?

Puzzles and Games Dept.

The Weekday Crossword

Term of endearment, or a song on the White Album: eight letters.

The Latest

Our New Business Plan: Go Viral

After we go viral, Eric’s team will just rake in the money. Then we’ll rinse and repeat until we can go public.

7:00 A.M.

Lesser-Known 2020 Voting Blocs

Tea-Bag Reusers for Elizabeth Warren, Apple Cider on a Warm Fall Day for Amy Klobuchar, Your Co-Worker Who Always Replies-All for Pete Buttigieg, and more.

February 18, 2020

“Hunters” Is a Spectacularly Misbegotten Tale of Avenging the Holocaust

欧洲杯投注Neither the moral deliberations of the new Amazon series nor its technical facility are adequate to its ambitions.

February 18, 2020

A Celebrity Profile of My Cat

It’s only been a year since Honeybear first graced the bluffs of this picturesque beach city, but she’s already garnering glowing reviews.

February 18, 2020

Daily Cartoon: Tuesday, February 18th

欧洲杯投注Sisyphus makes the best of a bad situation.

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Classical Music

The New York Philharmonic Honors the Nineteenth Amendment

For “Project 19,” a multiyear series commemorating the amendment’s passage, the Phil commissioned works from nineteen distinguished women composers.

Books

The Terror and the Fascination of Pompeii

Pliny’s eyewitness account of the 79 A.D. Vesuvius eruption tells us what happened, but the archeological remains conjure with agonizing intimacy the lives of those who perished.

Minibar Report

Sex, Drugs, and the New Minibar

Whither the dirty weekend? Hospitality experts predict the future of the romantic getaway: throuples, sustainable toiletries, and biometrics.

Poems

“Elvis Week”

“We go to Graceland for the vigil, Hope in the same fuchsia tube dress she wore to our uncle’s funeral.”

Video

Stars from the movie “Downhill” team up to tackle our Cartoon Caption Contest.

Daily Cartoons

Podcasts

The Ascendance of Bernie Sanders, and the Novelist Gish Jen

Democratic Party centrists have their hair on fire over the idea of Sanders as the Presidential front-runner. Is he the Party’s future or an electoral disaster? Plus, Gish Jen on baseball and artificial intelligence.

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