Center
02.07.19
The New York Times Magazine

The Political ‘Center’ Isn’t Gone—Just Disputed Has political polarization really turned the center into a no man’s land, or is it simply in flux?

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Op-Ed
02.05.19
The New York Times

China’s Online Censorship Stifles Trade, Too When the Chinese government blocks foreign internet companies for political reasons, the United States should treat the tactic as the anticompetitive economic strategy that it is.

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Creative
01.31.19
The New York Times Magazine

Does ‘Creative’ Work Free You from Drudgery, or Just Security? One result of our obsession with creative jobs: You may now be expected to live like a starving artist in order to work for a massive corporation.

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Minority
01.23.19
The New York Times Magazine

Is Being a ‘Minority’ Really Just a Matter of Numbers? It feels like simple math: one group of people outnumbers another. But as those numbers change, this logic—and what it implies about power—falls apart.

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Meme
01.14.19
The New York Times Magazine

All the President’s Memes It’s disorienting enough that the president communicates using internet memes. It’s even stranger to consider that his policies might work the same way.

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