How to Sell Out


This week we bring you four lessons on selling out:

1. Ask a Puppy: Eli Reiter tells us how a dog convinced him to leave politics 

2. Pretend Your Parents are Dead: Author Lionel Shriver explains why good writings requires selling out your family

3. Get a Press Pass: journalist Earl Caldwell tries to make sense of how one of the most prolific civil rights era photographers became an FBI informant 

4. Go Into Advertizing: Actor and ad man Andrew Dickson explains how to become a corporate sell out in just a few easy steps

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