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WHEN YOU PRODUCE Hamlet, you don’t cast your lead player to fit the show so much as you fit the show around your actor. It’s unfair to place so much on one performer’s shoulders—particularly when the play itself has such wild flaws (remember the part
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1 In the latest issue, Melissa Dahl explored a scientific theory that argues we possess an infinite number of emotions, so long as we can name them (“Introducing: 78 More Feelings,” February 3–16). Dozens of writers identified new feelings for the ma
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A More Vulnerable Electoral College RECOGNIZING that getting approval of a constitutional amendment to switch to the popular vote would be an extremely difficult and lengthy process, the National Popular Vote Initiative, begun in 2006, aims to circu