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Friday Fronts: In the current Vanity Fair

Vanity Fair for June arrived only yesterday, and already it has bowled me over with three characteristically punchy pieces on the tattered state of our political fabric. Cullen Murphy sounds the alarm on privatization, Kipling Buis takes a look at Americans through the eyes of Frances Trollope, and Michael Wolff muses about the improbable candidacy of Rudy Giuliani.

Three American Pieces, in Vanity Fair.


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