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Dave Eggers: How Can Kids Learn Human Skills in a Tech-Dominated World?

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Carl Erik Fisher, psychiatrist and author of The Urge: A History of Addiction. Beowulf Sheehan/Beowulf Sheehan hide caption

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'The Urge' says calling addiction a disease is misleading

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In 2007, Vogue magazine editor at large André Leon Talley attends a post-Fashion Week panel discussion on the lack of Black images in the current fashion output in New York. Talley, the towering former creative director and editor at large of Vogue magazine, has died. He was 73. Talley's literary agent confirmed Talley's death to USA Today late Tuesday. Mary Altaffer/AP hide caption

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Tin House Books

'What Is Otherwise Infinite' asks for granular honesty in our search for meaning

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Young people have been on the front lines of activist movements, including on the issue of climate change. Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images hide caption

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A new look at how turmoil is defining the lives and politics of Generation Z

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Laura Coates teaches law at George Washington University Law School and is a senior analyst for CNN. She also hosts The Laura Coates Show, on radio SiriusXM's Urban View. Amanda Ghobadi /Simon & Schuster hide caption

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Attorney Laura Coates has witnessed the dissolution of voting rights first hand

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Carl Bernstein's new memoir honors the 'glorious chaos' of the newsroom

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