Tom Gogola on segregation in the South, Corey Pein on Ferguson and the NRA, and more

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The Jim Crow Soft-Shoe Segregationists of St. George by Tom Gogola (no. 25)
The Guns of Ferguson: When Tyranny Really Comes into Town, the NRA Goes into Hiding by Corey Pein on the blog
Looks Like a Duck, Quacks Like Reality TV by Todd VanDerWerff (no. 25)
Street Legal: The national security state comes home by Chris Bray (no. 23)
World Processor by Jacob Silverman (no. 25)
No Future For You, our new anthology of the best of The Baffler, is available for pre-order now.
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