The Daily Beast’s Best Longreads, April 12, 2014
From the hilarious season of China’s football league to the man to the Boston bombing survivor facing her 17th surgery, the Daily Beast picks the best journalism from around the web this week.
Monica Hesse, The Washington Post
A new factory in Ohio struggles to match jobs to job-seekers.
Christopher Beam, The New Republic
My hilarious, heartbreaking, triumphant season with the American Football League of China.
Monica Potts, The American Prospect
Criminalized and discarded, falling at the bottom of every statistic, they want something better.
Steven Godfrey, SB Nation
How to buy college football players, in the words of the man who delivers the money.
Chris Lehmann, The Baffler
The neoliberal flight from public responsibility is a tangled, and curiously instructive, tale of strikingly other-than-intended consequences.
Eric Larson, Mashable
One year after the Boston bombing, a maimed survivor faces the choice of amputation.
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