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  Jonathan Blitzer writes about his conversations with a longtime immigration-enforcement officer who is troubled by the agency’s hard line under Trump.
  Sally Rooney’s début, “Conversations with Friends,” is a bracing study of ideas. But it’s even smarter about people.
  Prosecution of white-collar crime is at a twenty-year low.
  Suddenly, after a hundred and fifty years of “Who the hell cares?,” Canada is hot. O.K., granted, “Come from Away” just copped a Tony—but what about all the Canadian shows that have bombed on Broadway...
  “The Unwomanly Face of War,” “Hunger,” “Flesh and Bone and Water,” and “Little Sister.”
  Dion Cini says he spends every weekday rowing the Hudson River with a flag that says, “Trump 2020.” He promises to do it until the election. 
  Letters respond to Louisa Thomas’s article on Nick Kyrgios and Stephen Greenblatt’s essay on “The Merchant of Venice.”
  Why we are so defensive about the art form’s value. 
  Rewatching “The Apprentice,” the show that made his Presidency possible.
  New cartoons from the magazine.
  This is the poem that won’t open no matter where you press. This is the poem that cries on street corners and plays at being lost. This is the poem arranged at a tilt so all the words slide off. This is the poem with ...
  Willing Davidson talks to Kirstin Valdez Quade about saints, Catholicism, and “Christina the Astonishing (1150-1224),” her short story in the magazine.
  Colm Tóibín’s “House of Names” tries to out-Euripides Euripides. 
  Nevertheless her sisters and friends never stopped their persecution, for after she had returned to a place where they could seize her, they bound her fast with a heavy wooden yoke and fed ...
  The black poet would love to say his century began With Hughes or, God forbid, Wheatley, but actually It began with all the poetry weirdos & worriers, warriors, Poetry...
  A case of mistaken identity put the wrong man in jail. Now it highlights the failure of prosecutions to tackle a humanitarian disaster.
  After a disastrous few months, London’s first Muslim mayor tries to protect his city’s future.
  The Brazilian artist was sorely under-known in the U.S. while he was alive. A posthumous retrospective reveals the immersive pleasures of his work.
   The President’s son’s meeting is an example of how enterprise and espionage go hand in hand.
  Alia Malek writes about “While I Was Waiting,” a play by Mohammed Al Attar that uses unconsciousness as a metaphor for Syria’s war-torn paralysis.
  Elliott Kalan jokes about Kris Kobach, one of the heads of Donald Trump’s voter-fraud panel, and Kobach’s recent request for voters’ personal information.
  David Rohde on a blistering and unprecedented critique of President Trump at this year’s Aspen Security Forum.
  Sarah Aswell humorously riffs on the old inspirational saying about footprints in the sand.
  Sarah Stillman writes about four undocumented women whose ordered deportations show the human costs of President Trump’s hard line on immigration enforcement.
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