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Articles from Mother Jones (November 1, 2016)

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Conspiracy theorist in chief: Donald Trump hasn't just resurrected the paranoid style of American politics--he's made it go mainstream. Murphy, Tim 1483
Dim-witted: why don't office buildings go dark at night? Langston, Erica 812
Jail bait: how "Hillary for Prison" became a campaign slogan. Murphy, Tim 297
Man in the mirror: how a British satirist turned our technological anxieties into must-watch television. Mechanic, Michael Interview 1152
Mighty Morphin power player: what does Hillary's top political benefactor want from a Clinton administration? Kroll, Ahdy 4731
Snap judgment: the 1996 welfare reform law is being used to cut food aid to some of the poorest Americans. d'Amora, Delphine 957
The bathroom and the ballot box: multimillionaire Art Pope's push to rewrite North Carolina politics was almost complete--until his cohorts went one bill too far. McClelland, Mac 6396
The rockweed rush: corporate harvesters are ripping up native seaweed--for use in everything from dog food to fracking. Jacobsen, Rowan 1259
Undercover with a border militia. Bauer, Shane Cover story 15753
Wazed and confused: are GPS apps messing with our brains? Dobbs, David 2556
Yeast of burden: instead of 9 million dairy cows, Americans might soon be milking billions of microscopic creatures. Zaraska, Marta 736

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