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‘I lona With Her Daughter, Michelle, 4, Moscow’ Lauren Greenfield, 2012



AT THE END OF THE 19TH CENTURY, photographers set up their tripods in tenements and alleys and made portraits of the poor: barefoot kids holding rag-swaddled babies, starved wives rolling cigars, girls with jaws turned brittle by match-factory phosphorous. Photography transformed their bodies and their homes into a moral spectacle—one that argued for slum clearance, fortiied bread and free school meals.

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THE PLOT AGAINST AMERICA James Comey talked too much. He talked too much about Hillary Clinton’s emails. And then he talked too much, too late, about the Russians and Team Trump. Both exercises got him fired. President Donald Trump and his most rabid advisers among them self-proclaimed dirty trickster Roger Stone, according to some accounts felt they had an opening to take down Comey. They thought it would be a clean kill, just like their immigration executive orders. Again, they were wrong.