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In this issue:

THE FINANCIAL PAGE
"The Business of Austerity", by James Surowiecki: Why Wall Street should fear the Tea Party.

THE TALK OF THE TOWN
"Little Worlds", by Adam Gopnik: Restoring the dioramas at the American Museum of Natural History.
"Proustian", by Rebecca Mead: Two chocolate egg creams at the Whitney’s new restaurant.

ANNALS OF EVOLUTION
"Sleeping with the Enemy", by Elizabeth Kolbert: Of humans and Neanderthals.

DEPT. OF GASTRONOMY
"Grub", by Dana Goodyear: Must we eat insects?

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