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April 18 2020

Issue No. 40

The View from Here

You wouldn’t wish it on your worst enemy. Or should you?…

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Supreme Indifference What the Supreme Court’s decision about the Wisconsin primary means for this year’s election

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A Bug’s Life The author of Contagion delivers an open letter from a tiny invader who goes by the name Coronavirus

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The Highest Office A former Trump intimate insists that Donald Trump is a known substance abuser. Why is no one listening?

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Smut and Vinegar

“We really need to do something about the lawn.”

“While the media and Democrats refused to seriously acknowledge this virus in January and February, President Trump took bold action to protect Americans and unleash the full power of the federal government to curb the spread of the virus, expand testing capabilities and expedite vaccine development even when we had no true idea the level of transmission or asymptomatic spread.”

—Judd Deere, a White House spokesman


The Woman in the Window


Read Any Good TV Lately? Even when shows are in English, more and more viewers choose to watch with captioning. So, what’s the story?

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How to Thrash Your Family at Scrabble Tips and tactics that will make you Master of the Board in these lockdown days

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A Cake and a Waltz

“Throw reason and restraint to the wind before you begin,” advised the Swarthmore professor Eugene Weber, when he passed along the recipe of the original Rosenkavalier torte to Craig Claiborne, the American taste-maker supreme and food editor at The New York Times. Whipped up in honor of the beloved Richard Strauss opera, this triple-tier indulgence of mixed nuts, chocolate, and jam was the creation of Mrs. Hugo von Hofmannsthal, wife of the celebrated Rosenkavalier librettist. Her frosting alone called for a pound of butter. She said to slice servings very thin. READ ON

Discover

More Side Effects Self-isolation then and now. A lot has changed since 1978—but some things haven’t

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Isobel Waller-Bridge The musician talks about scoring the film Emma; her sister, Phoebe; and what kind of sounds suit a hot priest

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Essential Reading On running a bookstore in lockdown

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Miss Aluminum

by Susanna Moore
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The Ratline: Love, Lies and Justice on the Trail of a Nazi Fugitive

by Philippe Sands
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Murder, They Wrote

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The Signal and the Noise The author of a new book on concentration finds her own focus shattered under quarantine

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“Nipper” Read In the 1960s, he took down the Kray twins, Swinging London’s most ruthless gangsters—and helped solve the Great Train Robbery

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“Of course I’m worried. He never washes his hands.”
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