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Jennifer Schuessler
New York Times ideas reporter, lapsed midwesterner, defender of the Oxford comma, &c. Only here for the Walt Whitman bots.
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Jennifer Schuessler 3h
Replying to @levistahl
I’m more traumatized by misguided extensions of this concept to apply to nouns used as modifiers
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Jennifer Schuessler 3h
Replying to @levistahl
Too soon
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Jennifer Schuessler 3h
Replying to @clancynewyork
Yes, agree! Hopefully people will read whole interview
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Jennifer Schuessler 4h
Replying to @mkazin
except Michael Beschloss?
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Jennifer Schuessler 4h
Wow! Lovely piece. Adding to the archive is such a wonderful way to think about this book.
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Jennifer Schuessler 4h
Replying to @DougShadle
He had her on the ropes there!
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Jennifer Schuessler 4h
I want footnotes too ;-)
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Jennifer Schuessler 4h
please say you are going to write about this!
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Jennifer Schuessler 4h
‘What I’ve tried to do... is figure out a different way for a historian to offer a contribution. It doesn’t refuse to engage with what’s going on in the present, but it also doesn’t offer up the comforting anecdote or the disquieting anecdote’
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Jennifer Schuessler 4h
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Jennifer Schuessler 5h
We get pet insurance??
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Jennifer Schuessler 5h
Replying to @gilbertcruz
I was leading a happy & productive life until I clicked on your link
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Jennifer Schuessler 17h
Enjoy!
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Jennifer Schuessler 18h
Never apologize, always booksplain
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Jennifer Schuessler 20h
Replying to @katzish
I aspire to “truth-poet” (once said of a legendarily dogged copyeditor here)
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Jennifer Schuessler 21h
Replying to @katzish
I am procrastinating today so clicking EVERY LINK on Twitter
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Jennifer Schuessler 21h
Whoa! Another fascinating project from Ruby Dee, who cowrote & starred in "Uptight," called one of the most radical American films of the 60s. Wonder if there is material on it in her archive, just acquired by ?
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Jennifer Schuessler 21h
Replying to @katzish
Actually, the Elon poll says that opposition was highest in Denver (14%) & Austin, and between 2 and 7 percent elsewhere. So in fact she’s hugely out of step with New Yorkers as a whole on this one
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Jennifer Schuessler 21h
Replying to @katzish
What is percentage that opposed?
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Jennifer Schuessler 22h
Replying to @amandahess
Thank you
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