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The New Yorker, October 10th 2011 (Calvin Trillin, Jane Mayer, Miranda July) | [Calvin Trillin, Jane Mayer, Miranda July]

The New Yorker, October 10th 2011 (Calvin Trillin, Jane Mayer, Miranda July)

"Euro Science", by John Lanchester; "A Waste of Energy?", by James Surowiecki; "The Golden Age", by Calvin Trillin; "State for Sale", by Jane Mayer; "Free Everything", by Miranda July; "To Catch a Beat", by Jonathan Lethem; and "Primary Suspect", by Anthony Lane.
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Publisher's Summary

In this issue:

COMMENT
"Euro Science", by John Lanchester: Can a currency crisis break up the E.U.?

THE FINANCIAL PAGE
"A Waste of Energy?", by James Surowiecki: Why the Obama administration was right to invest in Solyndra.

LETTER FROM TORONTO
"The Golden Age", by Calvin Trillin: A big fight in the jewelry business.

A REPORTER AT LARGE
"State for Sale", by Jane Mayer: Art Pope’s conquest of North Carolina.

STICKY FINGERS
"Free Everything", by Miranda July.
"To Catch a Beat", by Jonathan Lethem.

THE CURRENT CINEMA
"Primary Suspect", by Anthony Lane: A review of The Ides of March.

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