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The artist Barry Blitt reflects on his New Yorker covers of Presidents Obama and Trump. Two reporters travel to Tangier Island, in the Chesapeake Bay, where the residents scoff at climate change even as its effects are washing their land out to sea. And Hilton Als speaks with Christine Vachon, a film producer who helped give birth to indie cinema as we know it.

Illustration by Rebecca Mock

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