The All-New, All-Different

We've got a good crew taking up this week. All-star commenter Andy Hall is going to fill in. Andy's knowledge of all things Civil War is truly intimidating. Also Mark Kleiman author of When Brute Force Fails will join us. Lastly, we have Neil Drumming who's done several stints here before. I think it will be a pretty awesome week. 


Lastly, I wanted to apologize for not bringing any Julian Sanchez last week. Julian is one of my favorite bloggers, but we had a bit of scheduling mix-up. Hopefully, we'll be able to work something out the next time I go off into the woods.

EDIT: And somehow, someway I forgot the incredible Oliver Wang. My bad O. Seriously.

Ta-Nehisi Coates is a national correspondent at The Atlantic, where he writes about culture, politics, and social issues. He is the author of the memoir The Beautiful Struggle.

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