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The New Yorker, February 3rd 2014 (Ian Johnson, Ken Auletta, Peter Schjeldahl) | [Ian Johnson, Ken Auletta, Peter Schjeldahl]

The New Yorker, February 3rd 2014 (Ian Johnson, Ken Auletta, Peter Schjeldahl)

"Game Change", by Amy Davidson; "Names", by John Seabrook; "All Grown Up", by Tad Friend; "Class Consciousness", by Ian Johnson; "Outside the Box", by Ken Auletta; "The Outlaw", by Peter Schjeldahl; and "Ordinary People", by David Denby.
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Publisher's Summary

In this issue:

COMMENT
"Game Change", by Amy Davidson: An epic postgame interview.

THE TALK OF THE TOWN
"Names", by John Seabrook: Clive Davis, before the Grammys.
"All Grown Up", by Tad Friend: Jonah Hill is almost thirty.

LETTER FROM CHENGDU
"Class Consciousness", by Ian Johnson: The rise of Waldorf schools in China.

ANNALS OF COMMUNICATIONS
"Outside the Box", by Ken Auletta: Netflix and television’s great disruption.

BOOKS
"The Outlaw", by Peter Schjeldahl: New perspectives on William S. Burroughs.

THE CURRENT CINEMA
"Ordinary People", by David Denby: Reviews of Generation War and Ride Along.

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