Here’s What Book Covers Might Look Like for The Mueller Report

The New Yorker enlisted five designers to envision its packaging

Turning a government report into a work of literature is not an uncommon occurrence. There are many in print, ranging from sobering (The Warren Report on JFK’s assassination and the 9/11 Commission Report) to the more salacious (Ken Starr’s findings on the Bill Clinton/Monica Lewinsky affair).

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