Excerpts from the
San Francisco Panorama

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In January of 2010, McSweeney’s published the San Francisco Panorama, a Sunday-edition-sized newspaper. From time to time we will publish articles from its pages.

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“The Clash of Two Reformers.”
by Christopher Benz (6/17/2011)

Could It Be That the Best Chance to Save a Young Family From Foreclosure is a 28-Year-Old Pakistani American Playright-slash-Attorney who Learned Bankruptcy Law on the Internet?
by Wajahat Ali (2/19/2010)

“Then It All Started,” from Section One of the Panorama
by Ayelet Waldman (1/7/2010)

“Who Is in The Power?”, from Section Two of the Panorama
by J. Malcolm Garcia (1/6/2010)

“Letter from Lagos,” from the Panorama Book Review
by Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie (1/5/2010)

“Gentleman, Start Your Engines.”
by Andrew Sean Greer (1/4/2010)

A Look at the San Francisco Panorama
by McSweeney's (1/2/2010)

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