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Joined on May 2008

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The New Yorker
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In a white-supremacist group, Robbie Mullen found what felt like true brotherhood: “You believe you’re going to change the world with them. You’d die for them.” Then a murder plot pushed him to contemplate leaving. http://nyer.cm/OGwyFyY 

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The New Yorker
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Some white supremacists have been drawn to classical studies out of a desire to affirm what they imagine to be an unblemished lineage of white Western culture. When they are told that their understanding of history is flawed, they often get testy. http://nyer.cm/M6BVKmf 

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The New Yorker
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“This could be a message in a bottle, and we should be open-minded,” Avi Loeb, the chair of Harvard’s astronomy department, says. http://nyer.cm/WHH0Tlr 

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Sixteen-year-old climate activist Greta Thunberg says that all she wants is for adults to act on the terrifying information all around them. But the impact of her message does not come only from her regard for the facts—she is an uncanny, gifted orator. http://nyer.cm/3bXjC1E 

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The New Yorker
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This year’s Eurovision contest, held in Tel Aviv, seemed intent on presenting Israel as miraculously untouched by political tensions. http://nyer.cm/cY1Sx5d 

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Like many people before her, @jiatolentino found religion and drugs appealing for similar reasons—they offered access to a world of rapture. http://nyer.cm/FCibPmA 

Like many people before her, @jiatolentino found religion and drugs appealing for similar reasons—they offered access to a world of rapture. http://nyer.cm/FCibPmA 

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An early dinner has long been associated with denture-friendly fare and penny-pinching. But according to @laurenzcollins, it is the most decadent meal there is. http://nyer.cm/s2p4ESw 

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The New Yorker
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Last week, Jeff Koons set the record for the world's most expensive art work by a living artist—his "Rabbit" sold for $91 million. http://nyer.cm/Hem4pVo 

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In the absence of a definitive cause of mental illness, historical events and cultural shifts have had an outsized influence on the field of psychiatry. http://nyer.cm/LDmyt8D 

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The New Yorker
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Isn't springtime wonderful? *sneezes* http://nyer.cm/AVUGmPf 

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The author Ben Lerner reads an excerpt from "Ross Perot and China," from this week's issue. Listen to his whole story: http://nyer.cm/WfiV9iQ 

The author Ben Lerner reads an excerpt from "Ross Perot and China," from this week's issue. Listen to his whole story: http://nyer.cm/WfiV9iQ 

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The New Yorker
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.@edcaesar grippingly recounts one young man’s harrowing experience of joining a white-supremacist group—and then attempting to get out alive. https://www.newyorker.com/magazine/2019/05/27/the-undercover-fascist 

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The New Yorker
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Mullen could not simply walk away from National Action—he had learned too much damning information to leave unnoticed. So he created a diversion: he became a spy. https://www.newyorker.com/magazine/2019/05/27/the-undercover-fascist 

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The New Yorker
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Then National Action was banned by the U.K. government, and Mullen believed someone would soon commit murder in the group's name. He wanted out. https://www.newyorker.com/magazine/2019/05/27/the-undercover-fascist 

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The New Yorker
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In a white-supremacist group called National Action, Robbie Mullen found what felt like true brotherhood: “You believe you’re going to change the world with them. You’d die for them.” (THREAD) https://www.newyorker.com/magazine/2019/05/27/the-undercover-fascist 

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The New Yorker
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A new exhibition coming soon to @CentrePompidou, @Tate, and @GettyMuseum features the strange, sometimes Surrealist photography of Dora Maar. http://nyer.cm/koYgRls 

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The New Yorker
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“I’ve been walking away from institutional religion for half my life,” @jiatolentino writes. “But I’ve always been glad that I grew up the way that I did.” http://nyer.cm/9xWOfwr 

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The New Yorker
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“Game of Thrones” is immersed in hard issues—legitimacy, counterinsurgency, propaganda, and what wars do to civilians and combatants. http://nyer.cm/VoDi2qX 

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The New Yorker
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Shopping for the Cannes red carpet with the actor and disability-rights advocate Lauren (Lolo) Spencer and her stylist, Stephanie Thomas, who specializes in adaptive fashion. http://nyer.cm/MO93jLY 

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The New Yorker
7 hours ago
A cartoon by Frank Cotham. Follow us on Instagram to see more: http://nyer.cm/KXtvtCc 

A cartoon by Frank Cotham. Follow us on Instagram to see more: http://nyer.cm/KXtvtCc 

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