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  • Disaster Politics
  • Disaster Politics

    The snow is a perfect metaphor for how our state deals with crises
      Watching the snow dump on the East Coast over the weekend, you had to love New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg urging calm and doling out cash his city doesn’t have while wearing his crisis-mode bomber jacket. He was the perfect disaster manager — the highest purpose our elected leaders can fulfill.
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  • Ascetic Love
  • Ascetic Love

    The Last Station, covering the final year of Tolstoy’s life, highlights the struggle between natural impulses and restraint
      Their disagreement, which has big ramifications for the international Tolstoyan movement circa 1910, may sometimes seem like a marital spat in director Michael Hoffman’s film and is, on occasion, played for comedy. (Here’s Dame Helen Mirren creeping along a balcony.
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