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The New Yorker, April 27th 2015 (Sarah Stillman, Stephen Witt, Peter Schjeldahl) | [Sarah Stillman, Stephen Witt, Peter Schjeldahl]

The New Yorker, April 27th 2015 (Sarah Stillman, Stephen Witt, Peter Schjeldahl)

In this issue: "Dangerous Gamesmanship", by Steve Coll; "Where Are the Children?", by Sarah Stillman; "The Man Who Broke the Music Business", by Stephen Witt; and "New York Odyssey", by Peter Schjeldahl.
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Publisher's Summary

In this issue:

COMMENT
"Dangerous Gamesmanship", by Steve Coll: Republicans could be further fragmenting American power by meddling with President Obama's negotiations in Cuba and Iran.

A REPORTER AT LARGE
"Where Are the Children?", by Sarah Stillman: For extortionists, undocumented migrants have become big business.

ANNALS OF TECHNOLOGY
"The Man Who Broke the Music Business", by Stephen Witt: The dawn of online piracy.

THE ART WORLD
"New York Odyssey", by Peter Schjeldahl: Renzo Piano's new museum is an instant landmark on the cultural, social, and poetic maps of the city.

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