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Manafort Destiny

The first trial of President Trump’s former campaign manager made one thing very clear: When picking a jury, only one demographic matters




“Where voices are stifled, money talks.”

Illustration by ALEX FINE

ROBERT HIRSCHHORN KNEW EXACTLY WHAT type of jurors he wanted in the months ahead of George Zimmerman’s 2013 trial. His client, the shooter of Trayvon Martin, was, at the time, “the most hated man in America,” says Hirschhorn. “I particularly wanted women in that jury. I had concluded that if a woman was getting her head pounded into the cement, and she had a gun on her, she would be more inclined to reach for that gun than a man.”

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THE LAST MAN STANDING To win the presidency in 2017, Emmanuel Macron had to reinvent himself. The insider turned outsider disrupted French politics, creating his own center-left party and promising to rescue the continent from a wave of euroskeptic populism. He beat the National Front’s Marine Le Pen — exactly the sort of nationalist who was threatening the liberal values that helped shape the European Union.