The Week’s Best Longreads for November 30, 2013
From the animal injury epidemic on Hollywood movie sets to Washington’s trouble with the new legal marijuana economy, The Daily Beast picks the best journalism from around the web this week.
Animals Were HarmedGary Baum, The Hollywood ReporterThe epidemic of animal injury on major Hollywood movie sets reveals the dark irony of the American Humane Association’s system of verifying that “no animals were harmed.”
Long Way HomeRosanne Cash, Oxford AmericanThe daughter of American folk icon Johnny Cash on her life in Tennessee.
BuzzkillPatrick Radden Keefe, The New YorkerWashington State finds out how hard it is to set up a legal marijuana economy.
Rumsfeld’s War and its Consequences NowMark Danner, The New York Review of BooksA political history of Donald Rumsfeld from the Nixon years to the war in Iraq that he promised would be over in three months.
The Book of TebowThomas Lake, Sports IllustratedHe prayed. He won. And then he disappeared. Will we ever see Tim Tebow in the NFL again?
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