The New Yorker, February 4th 2013 (Michael Specter, Adam Higginbotham, James Surowiecki) Audiobook | Michael Specter, Adam Higginbotham, James Surowiecki | Audible.com
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The New Yorker, February 4th 2013 (Michael Specter, Adam Higginbotham, James Surowiecki)

"Walking the Walk", by Hendrik Hertzberg; "Live from Gaza", by Rebecca Mead; "Requiem for a Dreamliner?", by James Surowiecki; "The Operator", by Michael Specter; "Life at the Top", by Adam Higginbotham; and "The Evil That Men Do", by Anthony Lane.
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Publisher's Summary

In this issue:

COMMENT
"Walking the Walk", by Hendrik Hertzberg: President Obama and liberalism’s return.

THE TALK OF THE TOWN
"Live from Gaza", by Rebecca Mead: Live-tweeting a war.

THE FINANCIAL PAGE
"Requiem for a Dreamliner?", by James Surowiecki: Boeing’s mess.

PROFILES
"The Operator", by Michael Specter: The trouble with Dr Oz.

OUR LOCAL CORRESPONDENTS
"Life at the Top", by Adam Higginbotham: High-rise window washing.

THE CURRENT CINEMA
"The Evil That Men Do", by Anthony Lane: Reviews of Caesar Must Die and The Last Stand.

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