The New Yorker, October 8th 2012 (Ken Auletta, Connie Bruck, James Surowiecki) Audiobook | Ken Auletta, Connie Bruck, James Surowiecki | Audible.com
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The New Yorker, October 8th 2012 (Ken Auletta, Connie Bruck, James Surowiecki)

"Road Show", by Laura Secor; "Corporate Welfare Queens", by James Surowiecki; "Citizens Jain", by Ken Auletta; "The Sequel", by Connie Bruck; and "Mad Love", by David Denby.
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Publisher's Summary

In this issue:

COMMENT
"Road Show", by Laura Secor: Ahmadinejad’s last run at the U.N.

THE FINANCIAL PAGE
"Corporate Welfare Queens", by James Surowiecki: Big help for big business.

ANNALS OF COMMUNICATION
"Citizens Jain", by Ken Auletta: Where newspapers are thriving.

A REPORTER AT LARGE
"The Sequel", by Connie Bruck: Ron Burkle’s Hollywood dream.

THE CURRENT CINEMA
"Mad Love", by David Denby: Reviews of Wuthering Heights, The Paperboy and Trouble with the Curve.

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