October 2007

The Atlantic - October 2007

Jonathan Rauch reports on Bill Clinton's charitable foundation; Olivia Judson on the evolution of kindness; Henry Blodget on conscientious investing; Joshua Hammer on Pakistan after Musharraf; Christopher Hitchens reviews Philip Roth; James Fallows on protecting your files and programs; Michael Hirschorn sings the praises of Facebook; and much more.

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