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In this issue:

COMMENT
"Higher Calling", by Steve Coll: Raising the minimum wage.

ANNALS OF INVESTIGATION
"The Interview", by Douglas Starr: Interrogation techniques and false confessions.

ANNALS OF LAW
"Our Broken Constitution", by Jeffrey Toobin: Did the founders get it wrong?

REFLECTIONS
"Why?", by James Wood: Life, death, and the novel.

THE CURRENT CINEMA
"It’s Cold Outside", by Anthony Lane: Reviews of Inside Llewyn Davis and Frozen.

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