The best American magazine writing 2018 / edited by Sid Holt for the American Society of Magazine Editors
Book | Columbia University Press | 2018

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xviii, 505 pages ; 21 cm
Abuses of power and weighing the costs of speaking out about Harvey Weinstein and Harvey Weinstein's army of spies / Ronan Farrow -- Why the Harvey Weinstein sexual-harassment allegations didn't come out until now and your reckoning. And mine. And this moment isn't (just) about sex. It's really about work / Rebecca Traister -- The horizon of desire and we're all mad here: Weinstein, women, and the language of lunacy and the unforgiving minute / Laurie Penny -- The last person you'd expect to die in childbirth / Nina Martin and Renee Montagne -- The uncounted / Azmat Khan and Anand Gopal -- How the U.S. triggered a massacre in Mexico / Ginger Thompson -- What ever happened to the Russian revolution? / Ian Frazier -- The uninhabitable earth / David Wallace-Wells -- My president was black / Ta-Nehisi Coates -- Standing down and Roger Goodell has a Jerry Jones problem / Seth Wickersham and Don Van Natta Jr. -- How the Oscar Flub demonstrates the limits of black graciousness and how Oprah got her acting groove back and Maria Sharapova's rivalry with Serena Williams is in her head / Bim Adewunmi -- The Williams movement and power play and how is this still a debate? / Howard Bryant -- Lola's story / Alex Tizon -- Love in the time of robots / Alex Mar -- Cat person / Kristen Roupenian.
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