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In this issue:

COMMENT
"Learning by Degrees", by Rebecca Mead: The value of a college degree.

LETTER FROM LONDON
"Party Games", by John Lanchester: Why did the British election turn out the way it did?

THE SPORTING SCENE
"National Defense", by Hampton Sides: Can the United States’ goalkeeper produce another Miracle on Grass?

SHOUTS & MURMURS
"Hot Wings: Notes on My Next Best-Seller", by Larry Doyle.

FICTION
"Extreme Solitude", by Jeffrey Eugenides.

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