Microdose #δdelta: How I fell for the Afghan “war rugs” scam
Why did myself and other NY Times readers see these as an organic expression of Afghan culture? The appeal of the trauma market.
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Dear friends and colleagues,
This brief Letter shares a single topic that blew my mind over the course of the last 10 years, culminating last week.
In high school I would stop at the librarian’s main desk every afternoon to read The New York Times in print. I would clip articles that made me think. I still have a file of some.
The article pictured here, Despite Conflict and Repression, Creativity, ran in 2014—well after my high school career.
I read it online so I couldn’t clip it. But I didn’t have to bookmark or “Like” it for it to remain wedged in my mind.
It suckered me on so many levels…
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