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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Canada
06.09.18
The New York Times Magazine

First Canada Tried to Charm Trump. Now It’s Fighting Back. Inside Justin Trudeau’s campaign against the American trade war. 

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Cardboard
06.07.18
The New York Times

Thinking About the Box How cardboard became the material of creativity. For The New York Times Sunday Review.

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Knockoffs
06.04.18
Surface Magazine

Does Buying Knockoff Furniture Make You a Thief? What counterfeiting really means for designers, customers and collectors.

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