Esquire in November

In the November issue: Why does al-Qaida collect travel receipts from its terrorists? Why is random selection always the best strategy? How did one man transform himself into a corporation? What can 3D printers produce aside from guns, paintings and dildos?

Also: Turgenev and Lorca versus Yandex and Instagram, a 5-minute guide to criminal film fans, the Robert Coover story, “Going for a Beer," two poems by Bruce Lee and the rules of life according to Nike Borzov, Susan Sarandon and Robert Redford.

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