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The New Yorker, August 27th 2012 (Jane Meyer, Jon Lee Anderson, James Surowiecki) | [Jane Meyer, Jon Lee Anderson, James Surowiecki]

The New Yorker, August 27th 2012 (Jane Meyer, Jon Lee Anderson, James Surowiecki)

"Who Is Mitt Romney?", by John Cassidy; "Moonshine Kingdom", by Tad Friend; "The Track-Star Economy", by James Surowiecki; "Schmooze or Lose", by Jane Meyer; "The War Within", by Jon Lee Anderson; and "Creep Shows", by David Denby.
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Publisher's Summary

In this issue:

COMMENT
"Who Is Mitt Romney?", by John Cassidy: How Paul Ryan explains the G. O. P. candidate.

THE TALK OF THE TOWN
"Moonshine Kingdom", by Tad Friend: Matt Bondurant on Lawless.

THE FINANCIAL PAGE
"The Track-Star Economy", by James Surowiecki: Why it pays to have immigrants stay.

THE POLITICAL SCENE
"Schmooze or Lose", by Jane Meyer: Obama’s search for billionaires.

LETTER FROM SYRIA
"The War Within", by Jon Lee Anderson: The country’s descent into civil war.

THE CURRENT CINEMA
"Creep Shows", by David Denby: Reviews of Cosmopolis and Compliance.

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