Tag Archives: Harper’s Weekly Review

Brace yourself: junk food might make you demented

Perhaps I put that too strongly. Ultra-processed foods are not necessarily junk, although they probably are. But a minute before I typed the above, I ate three sugar-free cookies. So before I lose it all, here are two weird facts … Continue reading

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Tell me, have I gone crazy? You can be honest

As you all know, I’m devoted to several sections in Harper’s Magazine — the e-mailed Weekly Review and the hard-copy Findings. Even if Harper’s did not cite sources for their often mind-boggling info, I’d accept what they tell me as … Continue reading

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Our first, endless war is against racism

Among the wars we’re fighting here in the U.S., racism is the first. Here, from Harper’s Weekly Review: “I’ll get away with it ’cause I’m white,” said a Nashville woman who was arrested by a black officer on suspicion of … Continue reading

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