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Americans Created the Supermarket. We Also Might Destroy It.

By shopping for groceries online, are we sacrificing the pleasures of capitalism for cold, hard convenience?

Illustration: Jenna Andersen

EEverywhere, but especially in New York City, everything costs money. A MetroCard swipe will run you $2.75. A single drink at a noisy bar can cost upwards of $12. Even the free…

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Eve Peyser

Eve Peyser

nyc native living in reno. read my writing in the new york times, nymag, vice, and more.

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