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Amanda Gorman’s reading at President Biden’s Inauguration—two weeks after the rebel of January sixth—made her about as well-known as an American poet might be. She talks with Kevin Young, The New Yorker’s poetry editor, about writing a brand new ebook as soon as the stakes have been a lot greater.
Amanda Gorman on Life After Inauguration
The younger poet’s studying at President Biden’s swearing in made her about as well-known as a poet might be. She talks with Kevin Young about writing a brand new ebook as soon as the stakes have been a lot greater.
The Power of Police Unions
William Finnegan on how police and their unions stymie the efforts of reform-minded politicians to convey forth change and rein in abuses.
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