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    Migrant worker sorting cantaloupe with machinery in the field of a farm over pile of cantaloupe. | Photo by: Edwin Remsburg/VW Pics via Getty Images
    I will never look at a cantaloupe the same way again, thanks to Vann Newkirk II's latest story in The Atlantic , “ Earth's New Gilded Era .” The fruit brings back some of my favorite summer memories with my mom, who makes a juice with it that Filipinos lovingly call “melon” - pronounced with a long, rolling L so that the name is as satisfying to say as the juice is to drink on a hot day.
    Newkirk's story is a tale of two cantaloupes: he follows...
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