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In this issue:

COMMENT
"Exit, Stage Left", by David Remnick: The career of Jon Stewart.

THE TALK OF THE TOWN
"Protest U", by Alex Carp: A high-school program where students in Brooklyn learn to design and stage their own political protests.
"Harangue", by Andrew Marantz: Ranters – from Hamlet to Kanye to Bob Chipman on Pixels.

PROFILES
"The Cop", by Jake Halpern: Darren Wilson was not indicted for shooting Michael Brown. Many people in Ferguson question whether justice was done.

ON TELEVISION
"Clone Club", by Emily Nussbaum: The eighties flashbacks of Halt and Catch Fire and Deutschland 83.

MUSICAL EVENTS
"Renegades", by Alex Ross: Rare works by Harry Partch and Ethel Smyth.

THE CURRENT CINEMA
"Long Runs", by Anthony Lane: Mission: Impossible—Rogue Nation, The End of the Tour, and Best of Enemies.

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