November 19, 2021 Issue

In Focus

Not My Mandate

WASHINGTON, D.C.: Representative Marjorie Taylor Greene of Georgia speaks on November 1 in front of the U.S. Capitol in support of first responders who refuse to get vaccinated. On November 6 a federal appeals court panel temporarily blocked a Biden administration mandate requiring the COVID-19 vaccine (with the option for weekly testing instead) for workers at private companies with 100 or more employees. The mandate had been set to take effect on January 4.
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Inspired by Jules Verne's globe-circling Phileas Fogg, Harvard's David Damrosch has created a companionable, round-the-world tour in books to inspire armchair travelers and the intrepid in-person adventurer alike.

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