Joan Didion, the Observer; and Biden’s review, first year

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Joe Biden’s presidency began with extraordinary ambitions to not only restore normality, but also to reshape American life. Evan Osnos takes stock of his administration’s current successes, failures and challenges with four New Yorker colleagues: Susan B. Glasser on legislation, Jonathan Blitzer on immigration, Elizabeth Kolbert on climate action and John Cassidy on economics. Plus, Pulitzer Prize-winning critic Hilton Als and novelist Emma Cline explain why the influence of the late Joan Didion remains so pervasive on generations of young writers.

The Biden presidency, first year

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Evan Osnos, Susan B. Glasser, Jonathan Blitzer, Elizabeth Kolbert, and John Cassidy on the successes and failures of the former administration.


Hilton Als and Emma Cline on the late Joan Didion

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In the weeks following the writer’s death, a wave of cheers attested to his influence on several generations of writers.


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