From Skeptical Inquirer, the frontal assault on religion by Richard Dawkins in his book The God Delusion, and by others, may mark a new chapter in the warfare of science with theology. From TNR, here's the exclusive story of Hillary's fall, as told by the high-level advisors, staffers, fundraisers, and on-the-ground organizers who lived it. From Scientific American, an article on the orgasmic mind and the neurological roots of sexual pleasure. A review of Dishonorable Passions: Sodomy Laws in America, 1861-2003 by William N. Eskridge Jr. If we really want to explore space, maybe we should sell it off to the highest bidders. From TNR, Jed Pearl remembers Richard Rauschenberg; and Cynthia Ozick reviews The Journey Abandoned: The Unfinished Novel by Lionel Trilling. From Radar, they're naive, self-important, and perpetually plugged in — this is a call to arms against Millennials; and Joel Derfner wants to be the Gayest Person Ever. IQ levels rocketed in the last century, but argument still rages about how our brain power should be tested, and the roles played by genetics, social conditions, culture and even race: Why are some people smarter than others? From LRB, Terry Eagleton reviews Anonymity: A Secret History of English Literature by John Mullan. A review of Patrick Cockburn's Muqtada: Muqtada al-Sadr, the Shia Revival, and the Struggle for Iraq (and more).