Esquire in December

The December issue of Esquire magazine explains how to find the unofficial homes of government officials, why Swedish people show their children dancing penises, what Russian children write to Putin and Santa Claus, and how to be the one and only American in Dagestan.

Also: margin notes in “Mein Kampf," alternative currencies in Russia, unemployed models in Los Angeles and the rules of life according to Alexander Ovechkin, Sir Paul McCartney and Sofia Coppola.