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Can a Newcomer Unseat Lindsey Graham?

Illustration by Golden Cosmos; Source photographs from Getty


Jaime Harrison, a South Carolina Democrat who’s never held elected public office, is running against Lindsey Graham, one of the Senate’s most powerful Republicans. It sounds like a long-shot bid, but a prominent poll has them tied among likely voters. Graham, Harrison says, should spend less time golfing with the President and more time talking to voters. Plus, a Washington Post books editor talks about his crash course on the literature of the Trump era; and the New Yorker staff writer Jia Tolentino introduces David Remnick to the things she’s been enjoying while home with a newborn.

Can a Newcomer Unseat Lindsey Graham?

Jaime Harrison, a Democrat who’s never held elected public office, is running to unseat a G.O.P. power broker and key player in the Supreme Court nomination fight. What’s his strategy?


Carlos Lozada on “What Were We Thinking?”

A Washington Post books editor immersed himself in a new genre: books that purport to explain Donald Trump and his era.


Keith Knight of “Woke”

The cartoonist’s political awakening inspired his new show on Hulu. “Making people laugh and then punching them in the face with a serious issue,” he says, “is the way to work.”


Jia Tolentino Picks Three

At home with a newborn, the writer and voracious cultural critic recommends a book, a record, and a reality show.


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