In this issue:
"Southern Discomfort", by George Packer: Why the region no longer speaks for America.
THE FINANCIAL PAGE
"That Sunk-Cost Feeling", by James Surowiecki: Mark Sanchez, the Jets, and wasting money.
ANNALS OF ARCHITECTURE
"The Psychology of Space", by David Owen: Solving the problem of Times Square.
LETTER FROM JERUSALEM
"The Party Faithful", by David Remnick: The rise of Israel’s new religious right.
THE CURRENT CINEMA
"Violent Screen", by Anthony Lane: Reviews of Gangster Squad and Jack Reacher.
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It's great that the New Yorker has opinion pieces. Unlike "C," I enjoy reading a diversity of opinion and do not feel threatened by those that are contrary to mine. It is a learning experience.
David Remnick's usual slamming of Israel turned out to be completely wrong as the elections showed. A real disservice to the readers. The New Yorker is at its best best reporting the facts and injecting as little as possible of the editor's and author's prejudices. Their failure to edit out 2nd takes is also frankly an insult. Get it together already.
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