Considering My Debt to Istanbul in the Wake of the Elections
“Today’s Turkey is a place where about half of the population is utterly dismayed by the state of affairs, while the other half couldn’t be more thrilled.”
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When a city’s populace is wiped out of its longtime residents, so goes the collective memory of San Francisco.
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