Why dead trees still matter

Most of the New Yorker’s articles are behind a subscription wall, but Ryan Lizza’s terrific piece on Michele Bachmann is all here, unfortunately for her.

But here’s the best thing about it – if she wanted to tear it out to send to her mother, let’s say (I’m assuming her mother, having instilled all her old-fashioned values in Michele, probably doesn’t have a computer), she’d find this on the back of the last page.


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One Response to Why dead trees still matter

  1. Pam says:

    Yes, an amazing article. I absolutely do not understand the general populace in this country. This woman doesn’t even know what is true or not about her own life.

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