The New Yorker’s “100 Best Lists of All Time”

This time of year brings out all the lists: the top ten news stories, the best gadgets of 2012, the year in pictures, and so on. The New Yorker has taken all this list publishing to new heights with their “Hundred Best Lists of All Time.” It includes such classics as the Mayflower passenger list, Warren Buffett’s “Investment Criteria List,” and Richard Nixon’s “Enemies List,” along with 97 other fascinating entries.

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