A forum on Juliet Schor’s “The New Politics of Consumption,” with responses by Robert H. Frank, Betsy Taylor, James B. Twitchell and others. Diego Gambetta on the Primo Levi’s tragic death. G. M. Tamás on the roots of the Kosovo conflict. Poetry by Jordan Davis, Emma Straub and Jesper Svenbro, and more.
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