June 19 Issue

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2013/06/19
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COVER STORY U.S.

The Fight for Black Men

There are more African-Americans on probation, parole, or in prison today than were slaves in 1850. It is not a crisis of crime. It is a crisis of people being left behind.
Big Shots
Goodbye, Mr. Ahmadinejad

Goodbye, Mr. Ahmadinejad

Four years after the disputed reelection of Mahmoud Ahmadinejad sparked clashes between pro-democracy demonstrators and government forces, Iranians were back at the polls to elect a new president. Voters, such as these women in Tehran, were offered a choice between eight candidates who had been preapproved by the authorities.
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New World
Downtime
Culture Miya Ando

Mighty Miya

Her ancestors were swordsmiths, and now she’s performing alchemy by turning metal into art.
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Think Pink

Take your summer drinking seriously with these rosés.