November 2008

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Andrew Sullivan on why he blogs; Hanna Rosin on transgender children; Jeffrey Goldberg on the idiocy of airline security; James Fallows on China's neurosis; Christopher Hitchens on V.S. Naipaul; Virginia Postrel makes the case for debt; Christopher Hitchens on Philip Roth; poetry by Garrison Keillor; and much more.


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A Boy's Life

What would you do if your son wanted to be a girl? Some doctors have a new and troubling answer.

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