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This batch seems somewhat "urgent" to me, in a good way. Have a look.

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George Packer discovers George Orwell was a loving father.

Evan Osnos mourns the Chicago Tribune's foreign bureaus.

Steve Coll thinks the Treasury's plan does what's politically possible, not what's necessary.

James Surowiecki challenges Joseph Stiglitz's distortions of the Geithner plan.

Hendrik Hertzberg applauds another Bill O'Reilly target.

The Front Row responds to A. O. Scott.

News Desk: Signs of progress, the President and the Pope.

Sasha Frere-Jones hosts a roundtable about Haitian music.

The Book Bench: If Samuel Beckett used Twitter, Bulgaria's favorite book.

The Cartoon Lounge: North by Northeast, reports of nose skirts from SXSW.

Goings On: The New York Dolls' "Cause I Sez So," second-generation rock drummers.

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