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23  février     22h01
   Go Ahead, Get a Pet RatLet them burrow into your sweatshirt and into your heart. presshttps: www.theatlantic.com newsletters archive case pet rats utm source press.coop
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   The Strangest Job in the WorldEdith Wilson may have been closer to running the country than being a kindly helpmate. presshttps: www.theatlantic.com newsletters archive books briefing strangest job first lady edith wilson utm source press.coop
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   The Return of the John Birch SocietyThe organization, once relegated to the outermost edges of the conservative movement, now fits neatly into its mainstream. presshttps: www.theatlantic.com politics archive john birch society cpac conservatism utm source press.coop
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   Hayao Miyazaki’s Anti war FantasiaWith the Oscar nominated The Boy and the Heron, the director has made his most political and abstract film yet. presshttps: www.theatlantic.com culture archive miyazaki boy heron anti war utm source press.coop
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   Would Democrats Certify a Trump Win If the Supreme Court dodges the question of Trump’s eligibility, his victory could lead to another crisis on January . presshttps: www.theatlantic.com politics archive democrats congress trump january utm source press.coop
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   The Next Great American Road Album Is HereHurray for the Riff Raff sings of wandering the country, and discovering a war on the people. presshttps: www.theatlantic.com culture archive hurray riff raff album review utm source press.coop
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   The New American NihilismPolitical scientists recently coined the phrase need for chaos. Once you learn what it means, you’ll see it everywhere. presshttps: www.theatlantic.com ideas archive need for chaos politicsl science concept utm source press.coop
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   Trump Wants to Seem Moderate on AbortionHis aspiring advisers have other plans. presshttps: www.theatlantic.com politics archive donald trump abortion limit republicans utm source press.coop
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   Ukraine’s Shock Will Last for GenerationsHow two years of war transformed a society presshttps: www.theatlantic.com international archive what two years war did ukraine utm source press.coop
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   Photos of the Week: Hungry Fox, Plum Blossoms, Snow RallyFarmers protest low crop prices in India, a shallow flood in Death Valley, a wooden replica of the Eiffel Tower in France, unusually warm weather at a ski resort in Poland, and much more presshttps: www.theatlantic.com photo photos...
22  février     22h57
   Florida’s Experiment With MeaslesHow far can the state go before a serious outbreak hits presshttps: www.theatlantic.com health archive florida measles outbreak school children vaccination utm source press.coop
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   What Nikki Haley Is Trying to ProveShe’s highly unlikely to win, but she’s looking to send a message. presshttps: www.theatlantic.com newsletters archive nikki haley south carolina campaign trump utm source press.coop
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   I Went to a Rave With the Year Old Millionaire Who Claims to Have the Body of a TeenagerBryan Johnson wants to build a nation of immortals. Would you join presshttps: www.theatlantic.com technology archive bryan johnson dont die event utm source press.coop
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   The Peculiar Merging of Couples’ PersonalitiesRomantic partners can change each other, and psychologists are wondering why. presshttps: www.theatlantic.com family archive relationship convergence similar personality utm source press.coop
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   The Legacy of Charles V. Hamilton and Black PowerA tribute to a true theorist of democracy presshttps: www.theatlantic.com newsletters archive charles v hamilton black power book utm source press.coop
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   How We Became Addicted to TherapyAnd lost our tolerance for everyday stress. presshttps: www.theatlantic.com podcasts archive how we became addicted therapy utm source press.coop
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   South Carolina Is About to Reprise Its Historic Role for RepublicansThe twist in this year’s South Carolina GOP primary presshttps: www.theatlantic.com politics archive why south carolina matters utm source press.coop
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   The Case for Nikki HaleyTrump brings out the worst in Americans. Haley wouldn’t. presshttps: www.theatlantic.com ideas archive republican primaries south carolina trump haley utm source press.coop
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   Four Ways to Help You Quit ComplainingTo grumble about something can feel as if it offers relief, but it spreads misery. Here’s how to break the habit and make everyone happier. presshttps: www.theatlantic.com ideas archive complaining grievance stoicism happiness utm source press...
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   The Most Consequential Recent First LadyWhich president’s wife abandoned the script entirely presshttps: www.theatlantic.com books archive katie rogers american woman melania trump utm source press.coop