Summary

In this issue:
THE FINANCIAL PAGE
"Masters of Main Street", by James Surowiecki: Why financial reform should take on auto dealerships.
THE TALK OF THE TOWN
"Say What?", by Ben McGrath: It’s not easy to disguise a Russian accent.
SHOUTS & MURMURS
"No One Ever Said It Better", by John Kenney.
A REPORTER AT LARGE
"The Mark of a Masterpiece", by David Grann: The man who keeps finding famous fingerprints on uncelebrated works of art.
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