Robert Caro, a historian and a biographer, has achieved a singular place in American letters by chronicling the masters of the art of political power. He talks with David Remnick about his early days as a newspaper reporter, and about how his interview technique resembles psychoanalysis. The New Yorker contributor Sue Halpern explains the antitrust hearings on the “Big Four” tech giants, and considers whether their honeymoon with Washington is finally coming to an end. And the fiction writer Bryan Washington, a Houston native, brings us to one of his city’s cherished institutions: a bar with no air-conditioning.
Will the Government Get Tough on Big Tech?
Sue Halpern on antitrust investigations, and why tech giants are now asking the government to regulate them.
David Remnick Talks with Robert Caro about “Working”
The historian and biographer has achieved a singular place in American letters by chronicling the masters of the art of political power.
Bryan Washington at a Houston Ice House
Is it possible to survive in Houston without air-conditioning? Washington, a celebrated young fiction writer, introduces non-natives to an open-air bar and community space called an ice house.
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