Can a republic of fictions endure?
A conversation with the writer Ayad Akhtar about truth, whether the Capitol insurrectionists were "terrorists," and why he worries about the Federal Reserve
This week, as the darkness of these last years recedes and a new era dawns, I knew exactly whom I wanted to talk to — a great American writer who investigates so many of the ingredients that make up this moment: the epic identity transition roiling the country, the all-encompassing power of money in our neoliberal age, and the possibility, and difficult…
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