Esquire in September

In the September issue of Esquire magazine: Why are people who sell lottery tickets miserable all year round? Why did Honduras create a tax on freedom and why don’t Islamic terrorist groups get along with each other?

Also, a new story by Stephen King, the most radical police reforms, a 40,000 kilometer-long football tournament, readers’ letters and the rules of life according to actress Keira Knightly, director Lars von Trier and composer Vladimir Dashkevich.