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In Which Kottke Beats Me to the Punch

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Leopard-quick (is anyone really “lightning-fast”?) Jason Kottke alerts the entire Internet to this swell profile of Benazir Bhutto by Mary Anne Weaver that appeared in The New Yorker in 1993.

If only Emdashes had someone tasked with pointing out gems from The New Yorker’s past … ah well, we can dream.

Praise be to newyorker.com staff for (presumably) taking this out from behind the archive wall with such alacrity, despite it being the holidays and all.

I’m blaming the holidays! —Martin Schneider

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