The Atlantic 201701

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  1. My President Was Black

    A history of the first African American White House—and of what came next

  2. What Makes Things Cool

    Raymond Loewy, the father of industrial design, had a theory of popularity and culture—a four-letter code that he said could help artists sell anything to anyone. Was he right?

  3. An Enemy of the Kremlin Dies in London

    Who killed Alexander Perepilichny?

  4. How to Sleep

    Should you drink more coffee? Should you take melatonin? Can you train yourself to need less sleep? A physician’s guide to sleep in a stressful age.

  5. In Defense of Facts

    A new history of the essay gets the genre all wrong, and in the process endorses a misleading idea of knowledge.

  6. Despair and Hope in Trump’s America

    Americans are optimistic about the communities they live in—but not their nation. Why?

  7. Awesomeness Is Everything

    Why encountering vastness makes us more spiritual, generous, and content

  8. Glenn Beck’s Regrets

    His paranoid style paved the road for Trumpism. Now he fears what’s been unleashed.

  9. Big in Japan: Tiny Food

    The joy of cooking in miniature

  10. How Frackers Beat OPEC

    The surprising ingenuity of the U.S. shale-oil industry—and its global consequences

  11. Can an Ex-President Be Happy?

    What Obama can learn from Jimmy Carter, Bill Clinton, and George W. Bush

  12. Bulletproofing America

    Could technology help prevent mass shootings?

  13. Time-Travel Therapy

    Can a faux 1950s downtown sharpen the minds of dementia patients?

  14. Aldous Huxley to George Orwell: My Dystopia Is Better Than Yours

    A very short book excerpt

  15. The Ninja Cure for Anxiety

    The self-medicating effects of extreme-fitness TV

  16. What the Octopus Knows

    A scuba-diving philosopher explores invertebrate intelligence and consciousness.

  17. The Uncoupling

    Her marriage broken, her house dismantled, Rachel Cusk has broken apart her fiction, too, remaking it in new ways.

  18. The Sugar Wars

    Science can’t prove it and the industry denies it, but Gary Taubes is convinced that the sweet stuff kills.

  19. The Ordinary Perpetrators and Victims in the Boko Haram Kidnappings

    Helon Habila’s new book recounts the horror and revives the call to take notice.

  20. Editor’s Note: Obama, Race, and America’s Future

    In difficult times, the work of explaining America to itself and the world becomes ever more crucial.

  21. The Conversation

    Readers respond to stories in our October issue on America’s monopoly problem and the plight of the substitute teacher.

  22. Who Is the Worst Leader of All Time?

    A big question

  23. Assisted Living

    A poem