Needless to say, you should check out the entirety of the Atlantic's July/August issue, now online. Since it probably won't get the attention afforded Nick Carr's Google piece, or Hanna Rosin's "American Murder Mystery", let me particularly recommend Sandra Tsing Loh's review essay on women and work, which tackles books by my least favorite feminist (take a bow, Linda Hirshman) and one of my favorite sociologists, Berkeley's Neil Gilbert. Reihan and I draw on some of his work in Grand New Party, but we finished our book before his book appeared - and frankly, that might be for the best, since our gloss on Gilbert is about one-tenth as entertaining as Tsing Loh's.

But don't take it from me: read the whole thing. (I'm happy to report that it even includes a foray into the Sweden wars.)

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