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The New Yorker, October 20th, 2008 (Ryan Lizza, Malcolm Gladwell, John Updike) | [Ryan Lizza, Malcolm Gladwell, John Updike]

The New Yorker, October 20th, 2008 (Ryan Lizza, Malcolm Gladwell, John Updike)

"Beyond the Palin", by Hendrik Hertzberg; "The Trust Crunch", by James Surowiecki; "Biden's Brief", by Ryan Lizza; "Campaign '08 Abroad", by Dana Goodyear; "Late Bloomers", by Malcolm Gladwell; "A Desert Encounter", by John Updike; and "Inside Jobs", by Anthony Lane.
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Publisher's Summary

In this issue:

COMMENT
"Beyond the Palin", by Hendrik Hertzberg: John McCain's negative campaigning.

THE FINANCIAL PAGE
"The Trust Crunch", by James Surowiecki: The battle to free up frozen credit.

THE POLITICAL SCENE
"Biden's Brief", by Ryan Lizza: What kind of vice-president would he be?

THE TALK OF THE TOWN
"Campaign '08 Abroad", by Dana Goodyear: Japanese fans of Obama and Palin.

ANNALS OF CULTURE
"Late Bloomers", by Malcolm Gladwell: Two types of creativity.

LIFE AND LETTERS
"A Desert Encounter", by John Updike: A hat, an ocotillo, and an academy.

THE CURRENT CINEMA
"Inside Jobs", by Anthony Lane: Reviews of Filth and Wisdom, RocknRolla, and What Just Happened?

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