The Atlantic 201611

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  1. War Goes Viral

    How social media is being weaponized across the world

  2. Against Donald Trump

    For the third time since The Atlantic’s founding, the editors endorse a candidate for president. The case for Hillary Clinton.

  3. The Binge Breaker

    Tristan Harris believes Silicon Valley is addicting us to our phones. He’s determined to make it stop.

  4. The View From the Valley

    What does Silicon Valley think of Peter Thiel? Why did people fall for Theranos? And what’s in store for Marissa Mayer? In our third annual Silicon Valley Insiders Poll, more than 50 tech executives, innovators, and thinkers weigh in.

  5. A Pocket Guide to the Robot Revolution

    Sorting the good from the bad, the creepy from the adorable

  6. How America Outlawed Adolescence

    At least 22 states make it a crime to disturb school in ways that teenagers are wired to do. Why did this happen?

  7. The Prophecies of Jane Jacobs

    She is renowned for championing urban diversity, but her real prescience lay in her fears about the fragility of democracy.

  8. Making Up Is Hard to Do

    This election has divided Americans like few in history. Can the country put itself back together again?

  9. Big in Europe: The Church of the Flying Spaghetti Monster

    Though Pastafarianism was founded to critique organized religion, it’s now an organized movement.

  10. Saving Conservatism From Trump's GOP

    Avik Roy—a former adviser to Marco Rubio, Rick Perry, and Mitt Romney—wants to rescue conservatism from Trump’s divisive tribalism. But can he persuade his party to join him?

  11. Why For-Profit Education Fails

    Moguls’ good intentions too often betray them.

  12. How Voters Respond to Electoral Defeat

    Losers, weepers

  13. Even Bugs Will Be Bugged

    Exploring the next frontiers in surveillance

  14. Turning Detroit’s Abandoned Homes Into Greenhouses

    A new kind of neighborhood regrowth

  15. The Worst Deal in Baseball

    A very short book excerpt

  16. When the World Is an Arcade

    The psychogeography of Pokémon Go

  17. How Music Made Bruce Springsteen

    Since before he was the Boss, he's turned to rock and roll to create order out of an anxious and chaotic life.

  18. The Master of Highbrow Horror

    How the childlike fervor of Guillermo del Toro’s imagination turns genre films into art

  19. Why Is Dating in the App Era Such Hard Work?

    Finding love in the postromantic, postmarital age

  20. How War Created Pippi Longstocking

    Astrid Lindgren’s translated diaries don’t dwell on the origin of the popular fictional character—but rather illuminate the turbulent surroundings she emerged from.

  21. The Conversation

    Readers respond to our September 2016 cover story and more

  22. Who Is the Most Influential Politician in History?

    A big question

  23. Evening Wind

    A poem