Epidemics
08.14.18
The New York Times Magazine

Is the U.S. Knee-Deep in ‘Epidemics,’ or Is That Just Wishful Thinking? It’s tempting to see each of the country’s creeping public disasters as an epidemic. But an epidemic would probably be a lot easier to solve.

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Mob
08.07.18
The New York Times Magazine

Some Online ‘Mobs’ Are Vicious. Others Are Perfectly Rational. Failure to distinguish between the two is precisely what lets the vicious kind thrive.

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Mood
07.02.18
The New York Times Magazine

Is the National ‘Mood’ the One in Polls or the One Online? No end of cash and effort is spent trying to divine Americans’ emotional state. On social media, though, you can practically swim in it.

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Tribalism
06.26.18
The New York Times Magazine

Does American ‘Tribalism’ End in a Compromise, or a Fight? Complaints about our deepening cultural and political divides tend to assume all disagreements can be bridged. History suggests otherwise.

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Inappropriate
06.19.18
The New York Times Magazine

‘Inappropriate’ Behavior Could Mean a Faux Pas—Or a Crime It’s the one category broad enough to make tiny mistakes seem like grave errors, and terrible violations sound like simple misunderstandings. 

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