Bubble
12.11.18
The New York Times Magazine

Who’s Living in a ‘Bubble’? It’s easy to imagine that other people are stuck in their insular little worlds. But you’re probably no better at spotting such bubbles than anyone else.

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Grift
12.04.18
The New York Times Magazine

Why Are We Suddenly Surrounded By ‘Grift’? Con artistry can charm us as much as it enrages us. And lately, it seems ubiquitous.

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Civility
11.28.18
The New York Times Magazine

When Is ‘Civility’ a Duty, and When Is It a Trap? Sometimes it manages conflict and preserves our freedom; sometimes it does precisely the opposite. We may be obligated to sort out which is which.

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Influence
11.20.18
The New York Times Magazine

Everyone Wants to ‘Influence’ You From foreign troll farms to Instagram models, countless forces are working to shape our behavior. How will we know if they’ve succeeded?

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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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