July/August 2009

The Atlantic - July/August 2009

Jeffrey Goldberg on how Iran could save the Middle East; Joshua Green on how Obama might fulfill Carter's dream of greening America; Gary Wills on William F. Buckley Jr..; Mark Bowden on a hostage crisis in Columbia; Sandra Tsing Loh on why you should get a divorce; and much more.

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