Monthly Archives: August 2002

This week’s New Yorker

There’s some great stuff in this week’s New Yorker: Rebecca Mead’s short, wonderfully-written piece about the evolution of the New York Times‘s Sunday Weddings pages; Jane Mayer’s description of how the “Car Talk” guys’ anti-S.U.V. campaign went awry; and an interesting argument, from James Surowiecki, that the Bush Administration’s economic policies are pro-business, rather than pro-free market.