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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Relatable
01.08.19
The New York Times Magazine

Why Do We Obsess Over What’s ‘Relatable’? We praise our literature, television shows and politicians for reminding us of us—but do we really want to see ourselves everywhere we look?

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Theory
01.02.19
The New York Times Magazine

What Could Be Wrong with a Little ‘Moral Clarity’? Americans are rediscovering the appeals of cutting through complexity and acting with zealous, unswerving righteousness. But certainty has its dangers.

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Theory
12.19.18
The New York Times Magazine

Wild Speculation Isn’t Worth Much. A ‘Theory,’ However... Just one word adds the sheen of science to its perplexing opposite: half-baked fantasies, desperate to reach a desired conclusion.

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