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The New Yorker, February 27th 2011 (Julia Ioffe, Burkhard Bilger, Dorothy Wickenden) | [Julia Ioffe, Burkhard Bilger, Dorothy Wickenden]

The New Yorker, February 27th 2011 (Julia Ioffe, Burkhard Bilger, Dorothy Wickenden)

"Joe and Debbie", by Dorothy Wickenden; "Linless", by Ben McGrath; "Names in Vain", by Lauren Collins; "The Master and Mikhail", by Julia Ioffe; "Beware of the Dogs", by Burkhard Bilger; and "Big Head", by Anthony Lane.
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Publisher's Summary

In this issue:

COMMENT
"Joe and Debbie", by Dorothy Wickenden: Can Obama win Middle America?

THE TALK OF THE TOWN
"Linless", by Ben McGrath: Time Warner subscribers missed out on Linsanity.
"Names in Vain", by Lauren Collins: Politicians misquoting Shakespeare.

A REPORTER AT LARGE
"The Master and Mikhail", by Julia Ioffe: Are Putin and Prokhorov running for President against or with each other?

OUR LOCAL CORRESPONDENTS
"Beware of the Dogs", by Burkhard Bilger: Can New York’s canine unit keep the city safe from terrorism?

THE CURRENT CINEMA
"Big Head", by Anthony Lane: Reviews of This Means War and Bullhead.

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