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The Atlantic's content is divided into three main sections: "Features," which include longer articles that address a wealth of intriguing subjects; "Dispatches," a catch-all of shorter briefs on domestic affairs, technology, business, social issues, an cultural topics; and "The Culture File," columns and reviews covering television, film, books, travel, and drink.
Throughout the year, The Atlantic may publish special issues dedicated to one of its regularly covered topics, such as technology. Annually, it publishes "The Ideas Issue," which highlights the boldest ideas and emerging trends each year.
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