SVWC Writers Speaking Out: June 12-18

SVWC Writers Speaking Out: June 12-18

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Here’s what our SVWC alumni have been writing about this week:

Elliot Ackerman (SVWC 2021) – “What Happens If The Military Starts Doubting Our Elections?” – The New York Times

David Brooks (SVWC 2011 & 2017) – “The American Renaissance Has Begun” – The New York Times

Jeffrey Brown (SVWC 2013-2019) – “It was supposed to be a ‘quiet little cafe’ in Maine. It turned into a culinary phenomenon” – PBS NewsHour

William D Cohan (SVWC 2015 & 2021) – “The Fed Cannot Control Its Easy-Money Monster” – The New York Times

Maureen Corrigan (SVWC 2016) – “‘Republic Of Detours’ Revisits A Group Of Quirky, Depression-Era Guides To The States” – NPR’s Fresh Air

Karen Crouse (SVWC 2018) – “Simone Manuel Falters in the Olympic Swimming Race That Made Her” – The New York Times

Noah Feldman (SVWC 2021) – “Supreme Court’s 9-0 Ruling on Gay Foster Parents Divides Justices” – Bloomberg News

Thomas L. Friedman (SVWC 2018) – “The Best Anyone Can Hope For With Iran is Pretty Bad” – The New York Times

Peter Hessler (SVWC 2006) – “Learning To Ski In a Country Full of Beginners” – The New Yorker

George Packer (SVWC 2011 & 2021) – “It’s Not Too Late to Avert a Historic Shame” – The Atlantic

Shashi Tharoor (SVWC 2008) – “Indo-Pacific will remain hub for maritime, economic cooperation” – The Week

David Wallace-Wells (SVWC 2021) – “California’s Last Fire Season Was a Historic Disaster. This One Could Be Worse.” – New York Magazine

Fareed Zakaria (SVWC 2018) – “The decay of American democracy is real” – The Washington Post

 

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