Seth Stevenson

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Writer for Slate, Wall Street Journal, New York Times and other publications

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Ads are usually part of any respectable campaign of dirty tricks. But sometimes, the ads play dirty tricks on the candidates.

When Political Ads Go Wrong

Ads are usually part of any respectable campaign of dirty tricks. But sometimes, the ads play dirty tricks on the candidates.

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Kids and delayed adolescents aren’t the only Americans drawn to Superheroes in comic books and multiplex theaters.  Serious scholars are studying the mythological archetypes that get…

How do our Superheroes define us?

Kids and delayed adolescents aren’t the only Americans drawn to Superheroes in comic books and multiplex theaters.  Serious scholars are studying the mythological archetypes that get…

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