Partisan
11.06.18
The New York Times Magazine

Do Americans Dislike ‘Partisan’ Politics, or Just Other Partisans? It’s easy to nostalgize some postwar golden age of political consensus. But the divisions that followed were more intentional than some might think.

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Tapes
10.30.18
The New York Times Magazine

Nothing Proves You Right Like Getting It on ‘Tape’ In a time when everyone seems devoted to a different set of facts, the secret recording has come to seem like the gold standard of hard evidence.

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Experience
10.23.18
The New York Times Magazine

Why Supress the ‘Experience’ of Half the World? Every effort to obscure, deny or restrict the experiences of women just creates a new, shared experience—that of being controlled.

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The Money Issue
10.22.18
The New Yorker

Spot illustrations for The New Yorker’s October 22, 2018 Money Issue.

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Nuance
10.16.18
The New York Times Magazine

Does This Moment in History Call for More ‘Nuance,’ or Less? Focusing on subtleties makes sense when you’re engaged in a conversation. It may be less useful when that conversation turns into a battle.

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