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The New Yorker Magazine, Volume LXXXVI, No. 40, December 13, 2010 (Cover) "Ho-ho-HO!", A Casino in the Hamptons, China and the Free-market Myth

The New Yorker Magazine, Volume LXXXVI, No. 40, December 13, 2010 (Cover) "Ho-ho-HO!", A Casino in the Hamptons, China and the Free-market Myth
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COMMENT Iran and the Bomb A path we should not follow. by Hendrik Hertzberg Join a live chat with Hendrik Hertzberg about Iran on Monday, December 6th, at 3 P.M. E.T. THE TALK OF THE TOWN Skivvies 101 The history of men's underwear. by Lauren Collins Frenemies What would Shakespeare say about WikiLeaks? by Lizzie Widdicombe Supercalifragilistic Dick Van Dyke's musical memories. by Dana Goodyear Snoops At dinner with New York's private eyes. by Zachary Kanin OUR LOCAL CORRESPONDENTS Reservations A tribe plans a casino in the Hamptons. by Ariel Levy SHOUTS & MURMURS Fantasy Diplomacy by Yoni Brenner ANNALS OF SCIENCE The Truth Wears Off An odd twist in the scientific method. by Jonah Lehrer THE POLITICAL SCENE House Rule Can John Boehner control his party? by Peter J. Boyer Join a live chat with Peter J. Boyer about John Boehner on Tuesday, December 7th, at 3 P.M. E.T. PERSONAL HISTORY A Widow's Story A long marriage comes to an end. by Joyce Carol Oates Slide Show: Photographs of Joyce Carol Oates and her husband, Raymond Smith. FICTION "YoungThing" by Nuruddin Farah A CRITIC AT LARGE The life and work of Elia Kazan by John Lahr Primary Sources: An advertisement that Elia Kazan took out in the New York Times of April 12, 1952. BOOKS A Year's Reading China and the free-market myth. by John Cassidy Audio: Cassidy on how Chinese state capitalism takes after the U.S. and Europe. THE THEATRE "every tongue confess," "Oklahoma!" by Hilton Als THE CURRENT CINEMA "The Fighter," "I Love You Phillip Morris." by Anthony Lane POEMS "The Chain to Her Leg" by W. S. Merwin "The Gardener" by Linda Pastan Claude Lanzmann's "Shoah." by Richard Brody New York's battle of "The Nutcracker." by Joan Acocella Jay Pharoah on "Saturday Night Live." by Hilton Als POP NOTES The year's best boxed sets. by Richard Brody TABLES FOR TWO Northern Spy Food Co. by Andrea Thompson

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