– Rosa Sala Rose y Plàcid Garcia-Planas: “El marqués y la esvástica. González-Ruano y los judíos en el París ocupado“.

– Nicholas Lemann: “A Call for Help”. What the Kitty Genovese story really means“. Vía Eduardo Suárez.

– Andrew Solomon: “The Reckoning”. The father of the Sandy Hook killer searches for answers.

– Daniel Steinmetz-Jenkins: “The French Revolution is not over“. François Furet died almost 20 years ago, but the fights over his legacy are as savage as ever. Vía Ramón González Ferriz.

– Joseph Williams: “My Life as a Retail Worker: Nasty, Brutish, and Poor“. Era un periodista de éxito que cubría la Casa Blanca hasta que fue despedido por algunos de sus comentarios. contratado en una tienda, ahora cuenta lo que sintió.

– Thomas Erdbrink: “Mercy and Social Media Slow the Noose in Iran“. Crowdfunding para salir del corredor de la muerte.

– Leon Neyfakh: “How the elevator transformed America”. The unsung conveyance that threw us together—and allowed us to build up“.

– Un texto de 1981 rescatado ahora. Christopher Hitchens: “Wicked Or Merely Stupid?” Tony Benn and the Orwell Question

– Edward Luce. Lunch with the FT: Prince Turki al-Faisal. The man who headed Saudi Arabia’s intelligence service for 24 years talks to Edward Luce about equal rights for Saudi women, and which country has the best spies.

– Jonathan M. Katz:  Los bayakou, “Haiti’s Shadow Sanitation System“.

– Moira Wegel: “My Life and Times in Chinese TV“. Historia de una becaria.

– Unas reflexiones de John Brooke: “Animal Farm: the behavioural benefits of castration“.

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