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The Death-Rattle of Culture | 9/8/17



After 38 years as the chief book critic at the New York Times, Michiko Kakutani, is stepping down to write about Donald Trump

Conservative publisher, Regnery Publishing, quits 'NYT' Best-Seller List

Check out the weirdest laws in America, photographed

Peep Nietzche's Google search history

Hillary Clinton to make high-profile visit to Cheltenham Literature Festival

How to survive a nuclear attack

The story of how Gucci Mane wrote his memoir

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