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The New Yorker, February 14th & 21st 2011: Part 1 (Dexter Filkins, Malcolm Gladwell, James Surowiecki) | [Dexter Filkins, Malcolm Gladwell, James Surowiecki]

The New Yorker, February 14th & 21st 2011: Part 1 (Dexter Filkins, Malcolm Gladwell, James Surowiecki)

"Judgment Days", by David Remnick; "China Hands", by Gay Talese; "Sputnikonomics", by James Surowiecki; "The Afghan Bank Heist", by Dexter Filkins; "The Order of Things", by Malcolm Gladwell; "Mars Attacks!", by Sasha Frere-Jones; and "Long Time Coming", by Anthony Lane.
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Publisher's Summary

In this issue:

COMMENT
"Judgment Days", by David Remnick: The uprising in Egypt.

THE TALK OF THE TOWN
"China Hands", by Gay Talese: Kissinger's colleagues on Nixon in China.

THE FINANCIAL PAGE
"Sputnikonomics", by James Surowiecki: Should America be funding investments with more debts?

LETTER FROM KABUL
"The Afghan Bank Heist", by Dexter Filkins: The corruption of Karzai's officials exposed.

DEPT. OF EDUCATION
"The Order of Things", by Malcolm Gladwell: The problem with college rankings.

POP MUSIC
"Mars Attacks!", by Sasha Frere-Jones: Bruno Mars's global strategy.

THE CURRENT CINEMA
"Long Time Coming", by Anthony Lane: Reviews of The Eagle and Into Eternity.

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