A New Yorker review on Malcolm X and more…

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?You?re another of the white man?s tools sent to spy!? Malcolm told Alex Haley when they first met. Photograph by Eve Arnold.

This American LifeThe making and remaking of Malcolm X. by David Remnick

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Obama Says White House Tech Is 30 Years Behind

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US budget deal: Winners and losers

from Mark Mardell | The Reporters by Mark Mardell (the Reporters)

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