In this issue:
"A Man, A Plan", by David Remnick: Israel, a Palestinian state, and Obama.
THE TALK OF THE TOWN
"Two Bejars", by Kelefa Sanneh: An impersonator scopes out his inspiration.
THE FINANCIAL PAGE
"Scrimmage", by James Surowiecki: The N. F. L.'s labor dispute.
"The Prince's Gambit", by D. T. Max: A daring new chess prodigy.
OUR LOCAL CORRESPONDENTS
"Back to the Harbor", by Ian Frazier: The return of New York's seals.
br>"Cops and Cons", by Nancy Franklin: Reviews of The Chicago Code and Breakout Kings.
THE CURRENT CINEMA
"Out There", by Anthony Lane: Reviews of Battle: Los Angeles and Paul.
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It seems logical that if the audible version is an abridged version of the printed version the first thing to go should be the editorial. However, it is always there. Spare us your usually wrong-headed opinions and give us more articles. The editing is also consistently bad. I counted 4 spots in this issue where the narrator does a second take of a sentence and the both takes are left in. Frankly I find it insulting.
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