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1. The Economist
$29.95
2. Time (12-month subscription)
$25.00
3. Newsweek
$39.00
4. The Week
$14.97
5. Harper's Magazine
$24.97
6. U.S. News & World Report
$29.00
7. The Nation
$16.00
8. Time (6-month subscription)
$29.98
9. Reader's Digest Large Print
$15.00
10. Mother Jones
$54.00
11. The Weekly Standard
$38.00
12. National Review
$14.97
13. Utne
$24.95
14. Foreign Policy - Dc
$39.00
15. Washington Post Weekly-National
$24.00
16. Consumer Reports On Health
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17. The New Republic
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18. New York Times Upfront
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19. Kiplinger Letter
$20.00
20. The Wilson Quarterly

1. The Economist
by The Economist Newspaper Group, Inc.
Magazine (23 November, 2001)
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Asin: B00005NIP1
Sales Rank: 38
Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars
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5-0 out of 5 stars Review of THE ECONOMIST
This is the most accurate geo-political and socio-economic English-language news-weekly there is. Period. Articles are succinct, top-notch, and cover everything from the world today to business, economics to the environment. I do think the magazine tends to focus a bit too little on the environment and religion, but that is my perception. Despite the editorial style and very sophisticated diction, articles are still easy to understand. True, this magazine (or newspaper, as it calls itself) is staunchly pro-democracy (i.e. broadly speaking, anti-Russian policy, anti-Chinese policy in their respective conflicts, say, over Georgia or Taiwan, and pro-war on the Iraq issue), pro-free trade, and pro-European (i.e. for the expansion of the EU). But it takes many conservative and liberatarian positions, too, and oftentimes even liberal ones, which, overall, makes the magazine fairly objective - you'll usually get all or most of the points-of-view after reading just a few articles on the same subject, although the Economist usually does imply, or sometimes downright state, which position it takes or the world must take. Actually that's the best part: it is very refreshing to have a magazine that is not afraid to share its opinion and offer its advice to readers, hence its influence. This, for me, is the icing on the cake.
5-0 out of 5 stars "I used to think. Now I just read The Economist"
This is how Larry Ellison, CEO of Oracle, described his impression of the magazine. Although a little overhyped, I could'nt put it more succintly. It makes you think and makes you laugh. Read it!

5-0 out of 5 stars Diverse, Compact, And Fair.
This is not solely a magazine for financial news. Writers from various points of view give the reader a great depth of research in their reporting. Precise coverage on current events, science, law, medicine, economics, politics, and technological news that you will not find anywhere else. I would say the thrust of the magazine is "libertarian light." It is simply the best news source in the English speaking world. ... Read more

Subjects:  1. Business    2. Business & Investing    3. Economics    4. Finance    5. News & Politics    6. International    7. Business News   


2. Time (12-month subscription)
by The Time Inc. Magazine Company
Magazine (23 November, 2001)
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Sales Rank: 6
Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars
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1-0 out of 5 stars Time's person of the year speaks out
I am a Time person of the year 2003 (shared title - actively deployed U.S. servicemembers).I must say that reading Time magazine is like reading the platform for the Democratic Party.Actually it is even worse than that it is like reading John Dean's diary, filled more with fantasy and personal wishes than actual reality.
5-0 out of 5 stars I Always Make Time for Time
I have been subscribing to this magazine for years, and it is a very special part of my weekly regimen.In fact, every monday or tuesday I start to feel a pang of something being 'missing' if I haven't yet read that week's issue.As I explained to my daughter this summer, I do not read every word, every page, or every article.But I do flip through every page and read whatever interests me or catches my attention.Alot of it is just to look at the pictures and read the captions.Every issue usually contains at least a few articles that I read in their entirety -- usually in the business and lifestyle sections -- and I often pick up tips on good books, music, and movies from it.A very solid subscription.A way of life, actually.

5-0 out of 5 stars Keeps me informed
This magazine is an easy read that keeps me generally informed with what's going on. Unlike the dry indepth articles of the Economist, Time Magazine is quick bang bang information.It is a good overview. ... Read more

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3. Newsweek
by Newsweek, Inc.
Magazine (23 November, 2001)
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Sales Rank: 19
Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars
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4-0 out of 5 stars I Used to Subscribe
This was my weekly newsmag when I was a student and starving artist.Itàs a budget priced version of Time.As I got older and more established financially, I found that I wanted the same from my main weekly news and pop-culture sourcebook, so I switched to time.The information is not much different.It's kinda like Hertz and Avis.Now that I can afford it, I just prefer to be with #1 instead of #2.

2-0 out of 5 stars "The Progressive" for Glossy Types.
I decided that I had to write a review about Newsweek this morning, after I came across yet another biased, over-hyped cover story. This particular one is entitled, "Rethinking the Marriage Crunch," and goes back on everything they presented 20 years ago about a woman's chances of getting married later in life. This was undoubtedly very easy for them to do as they probably had no evidence for their assertion the first time around, and neglected to have any on this occasion. I really think another reviewer's comparison to People is quite apt, but Newsweek also provides a reliably pro-sexual revolution and pro-sixties counter-culture take on almost every issue. Two years ago, we were made privy to another bit of front page sensationalism concerning "Infidelity Chic." Yes, it seems, according to their sources, spousal cheating is all the rage even though they argue, without even a hint of contradiction, that everybody still wants to get married as much as ever before. I find the magazine to be [...] as they offer opinion instead of news; theirs is a mission of persuasion. Overall, there is little of which to recommend this publication as it is geared for a readership of trivial people who possess the depth of a kiddy pool. ... Read more

Subjects:  1. News    2. News & Politics    3. International   


4. The Week
by Dennis Publishing
Magazine (23 November, 2001)
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Asin: B000066622
Sales Rank: 123
Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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5-0 out of 5 stars Just what I was looking for
Remember when the dawn of 24/7 cable news networks seemed to be a godsend? Now we know that that led to 24/7 garbage (Breaking news now means a peek at the food menu served to the self-confessed and deluded killer of Jonbenet Ramsay, the elevation of trivia to news status to fill time on a slow news day, the absence of any sort of perspective or background, the application of insane levels of urgency to minor health scares, endless celebrity gossip, etc.). I had enough of this nonsense. All I wanted was a brief summary of what was important with some context thrown in. All the truly significant news can be relayed in a brief period of time; the rest is junk meant to fill in the time between commercials. More time spent on news does not mean being better informed because 24/7 news is simply obsession with the same few stories, repeated ad nauseum. I tried the Christian Science Monitor. They have excellent standards but it is expensive to get every day. I then tried this publication. It met my needs. You get a complete summary of everything that was important in the previous week's news with a minimum amount of fluff. Celebrities are lucky to get a paragraph, if anything, in the entire issue. You come away from this magazine (easily read in an hour) with a great overview of all that mattered in the previous week. International and world stories get much more coverage than what you see on CNN, FOX, or your local paper. There doesn't seem to be any bias that I could detect. Get this if you want to decrease your time spent on news but still be well informed. Move over, you stodgy Time and Newsweek magazines!

5-0 out of 5 stars Essential news without the bias or hype
The Week always seems to reflect at least three sides to every major story.

1-0 out of 5 stars DONT ORDER THISYOU WONT GET IT
ITS BEEN MONTHS AND I STILL HAVE NOT RECIEVED MY COPY OFTHIS MAGAZINE.THEY HAD NO PROBLEM CHARGING MY CREDIT CARD, BUT THEY CANT SEEM TO GET A COPY OF THIS WEEKLY MAGAZINE OUT IN UNDER A QUATER OF A YEAR. WHAT A BUNCH OF NONESENSE. ... Read more

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5. Harper's Magazine
by Harper's Magazine
Magazine (23 November, 2001)
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Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars
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5-0 out of 5 stars Worth your consideration
Harper's, like the Atlantic and The New Yorker is written for those looking for more in-depth analysis and coverage on political and cultural affairs with a sampling of serious literary prose.Personally I prefer the Atlantic, which I read regularly, only picking up Harper's when I have time and something in it interests me, which is usually two or three times a year.
1-0 out of 5 stars subscription foul-up
I've read many positive reviews of this magazine and I did receive, several months ago, a trial issue. After sending in the subscription fee, I was billed again. I wrote a note letting them know that the check had been endorsed and deposited. Yesterday, I got a notice telling me my subscription had expired after one issue. I give up. It might be good, but customer service is really lousy. What a disappointment.

4-0 out of 5 stars A rich mix with bias to the Left
Harper's has been in business since 1850 and has published some of the greatest American- writers , from Mark Twain on down. Its editor and tone- setter is the veteran journalist Lewis Lapham. It publishes fiction, and articles including interesting symposia on many aspects of American economic, political and cultural life. It attracts the big - names in all areas, and also provides a lot of human - interest material, statistical curiosities, historical information and stories.
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6. U.S. News & World Report
by U. S. News & World Report
Magazine (23 November, 2001)
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Asin: B000FI91SE
Sales Rank: 183
Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars
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1-0 out of 5 stars From a long time subscriber
Firstly, I do like the magazine, however I had the misfortune in dealing with their subscription department. When it was time for me to renew, the cost was $29.50. However, I noticed via their website they were charging new customers $15.00. I can understand that except their renewal price would continue to be $15.00. When I complained, they sent me an e-mail stating they would give me the same deal. BTW, I had already paid the full price per credit card(29.50) before I got their e-mail. So, I (silly me) expected to receive a credit of almost 15.00. So, I waited for the magazine and it never came. I waited for 2-3 weeks. Finally, I e-mailed them again asking what gives? They said they were going to charge my credit card another $15.00! I then called and was told they were charging me $44.00 for one year. When I mentioned the $15.00 deal, I was told that they never would charge $15.00 for one year. That was a lie as it is clearly stated on their web site. The strange part was that when I said I wanted a refund, they made no attempt to retain me as a customer though I have been a loyal customer for about 10 years. I would steer clear of dealing with them directly if you still want their magazine. Something is very wrong.

5-0 out of 5 stars ALL THE NEWS THAT'S FIT TO PRINT...
Of the three major, weekly news magazines, Time, Newsweek, and U. S. News and World Report, this is probably the best of the three in terms of its news reportage. It gives fairly balanced, objective reporting of the news, and its uncluttered format makes it easy to read. Its articles are often accompanied by first rate photographs and illustrations.
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7. The Nation
by Nation
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Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars
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5-0 out of 5 stars great magazine
I read the Nation for its poetry, Katha Pollitt and takes on the news.It's a left wing magazine.I don't understand the people who criticize it for being liberal and expect "objectivity". Humans have opinions and viewpoints. Even Time magazine and the National Review have viewpoints. It is what it is.

3-0 out of 5 stars Accurate Reflection of the Leftist Grassroots
The Nation has become a pretty accurate reflection of the U.S. mainstream leftist grassroots.Like any ideological magazine, it appears delusional, but this tendency has been lessened in part because the Left is so pathetically powerless.The writing and editing are usually pretty good and they do take a legitimately global perspective of the world.It may not be as intellectual as some would prefer, however, in the Left there is an almost unlimited supply of theoretical journals and publications, so this is not particularly problematic.
3-0 out of 5 stars Great Quality Journalism But Offensively Hyper-Liberal
I couldn't agree with Mr. Freedman's review more. I just recently let my subscription to The Nation lapse after the magazine's calls for Amnesty and a path to citizenship for millions of lawbreakers from South of the Border and elsewhere became nauseating to the point of obnoxiousness. Just as Mr. Freedman said, the magazine is so far to the lunatic-fringe-left, that its more important articles regarding Corporate Fascism and Republican corruption get lost. Additionally, they aren't honest and transparent about the sad fact that the Democrats too have been bribed and lobbied to the point of a total disconnect with the American public and have become tools of Corporate Fascism just like their Republican counterparts. Where is the Nation's (i.e. Democratic) sustained outrage at the fact that we are forced to "vote" on corrupt Diebold machines controlled and programmed by fanatical Republican ideologues, for instance? The recent overwhelming Democratic vote to confirm Hayden as CIA director after he has showed utter contempt and disregard for a dusty old document once vitally important to all Americans called "The United States Constitution" has caused me to re-register to vote as an Independent recently after being a life-long Democrat. In this spirit I'd like some objectively-generated journalism, not tendentious party-line droning. Is there any such publication still out there? ... Read more

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8. Time (6-month subscription)
by The Time Inc. Magazine Company
Magazine (23 November, 2001)
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Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars
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5-0 out of 5 stars Value for money
One of the better weekly magazines that covers world affairs from what's on the news around the world to some pretty obscure things like Imelda Marcos' shoes to life in China, a society not at ease with the globalisation of the world.TIME did a really good article on how Google has allowed itself to be sensored in the name of finance, makes you realise that Human Rights don't exsist when the dollar signs are being totted up!
3-0 out of 5 stars Media Evolution has left Time Behind
I've read the other reviews and frankly while I tend to agree that Time is no longer what it once was, I don't think it is so much a failing of Time itself, but rather its response to a pretty significant technological and societal shift.
5-0 out of 5 stars Time.....Like Clockwork
My "Time" magazine arrives like clockwork weekly in my mailbox. I am always happy to see it there among the bills and the junk mail. I recently dropped cable TV, and "Time" fills in all the gaps for me, and gives in depth reports on newsworthy events that are just glossed over on the local stations.
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9. Reader's Digest Large Print
by Reader's Digest
Magazine (22 March, 2002)
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Sales Rank: 116
Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars
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5-0 out of 5 stars Nostalgia plus informative human interest
One reason I like to on occasion read the 'Reader's Digest' is because it and I have been both around so long. It is nice to see something I remember reading 'the human interest' stories in so many years ago. I remember how as a child I would go through their vocabulary test column.
3-0 out of 5 stars Large Print, Same Magazine
"Reader's Digest" has been my favorite general interest magazine for decades. The articles cover a wide array of topics and are either condensed from an original article in another magazine or are written in a condensed form specifically for the magazine. Each issue carries a portion of a non-fiction book written in such a way as to be an article or story and yet give you a flavor of the book itself.This version is sized similar to standard magazines with larger print for those who might be visually challenged.
3-0 out of 5 stars good content, bad company
Readers digest really has alot of great topics, i've had it for two years now, but if you plan to enjoy them, also plan on 'enjoying' countless offers for products, requests for subscriptions long before they are needed, extra mailings constantly, and quite alot of confusion in the process if you don't really read what they are asking. I recent got a 'final bill' along with an explination of how they had earlier sent me a request to 'do nothing' if i wanted to continue with my subscription. However I had no recollection of getting this request.
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10. Mother Jones
by Mother Jones
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Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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5-0 out of 5 stars Good left leaning muckraking magazine
I lean left politically and was looking for a magizine to inform and get me thinking. I tried several others, including The Nation, and settled on and subscribed to Mother Jones. While the magazine leans left, it does so in a more informed and intellectually honest way, as opposed to a rah rah banner waving way. It mixes in a bit more social commentary and investigation as opposed to political propoganda and endless articles on how to defeat the Republicans. If you're interested in a solid investigative, left leaning magazine, check out Mother Jones. Check out their web site, they have some free content and additional content that is available if you get the magazine.

5-0 out of 5 stars Not afraid to tackle the controversal issues!
This magazine confronts the most controversial and usually most important issues of our time.No mindless dribble through diversionary news (who won American Idol) in here, just the news that needs to be discussed. The issues corporate war mongers want to keep American's deaf to.

5-0 out of 5 stars Great Magazine
It's a perfect magazine for people on the Left side of the aisle. It is a respectable magazine named for a respectable woman. It focuses on one subject though out the magazine and comes out each month. ... Read more

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11. The Weekly Standard
by The Weekly Standard
Magazine (23 November, 2001)
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Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars
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5-0 out of 5 stars One of the best
Its a good magazine that doesn't have hysterical or over hyped pieces. While I do not always agree with the conclusions of the writers, the magazine does what Time, Newsweek etc do not do. Make one think.I also applaud them for being honest and having articles taking the currant administration to task for failings and for being honest in challenging conservatives to get their act together. While William Kristol and Fred Barnes are often noted as being the most notable at the magazine I actually like other writers like John Simon, William Doino Jr, Vance Serchuk (who wrote a great review of a book I own The White Man's Burden Why the West's Efforts to Aid the Rest Have Done So Much Ill and So Little Good by William Easterly),John Podhoretz, Gerard Alexander. Now I know as far as subscriptions go the price may seem high. But I suggest you subscribe and then donate the copies to your local library. They will appreciate the gift. I also have to note that I really love the artists who do the covers and that as a subscriber I can also read issues online.

5-0 out of 5 stars The Wall- Street Journal in color
I read part of the 'Weekly Standard' each week online. I do not know if that means I qualify to review the paper as a whole.
5-0 out of 5 stars Thoughtful analysis
The Weekly Standard clearly has a conservatinve "bent."However, it is not the sort that screams, "This is the ONLY way to think about this topic."It is thoughtful commentary, delivered with well crafted writing.I come away from reading an issue thinking that I have been well informed. ... Read more

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12. National Review
by National Review
Magazine (23 November, 2001)
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Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars
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3-0 out of 5 stars Shadow of Former Self
National Review is a shadow of its former self.It is still good as a place to get the mainstream conservative perspective, but they don't seem to be as high-level or intellectually oriented as they were under the editorship of John O'Sullivan.Originally, NR was the leader and originator of the post-War conservative movement, now that that movement has had success in Washington politics, the magazine has become more of a reflection of views that are already well-known.
5-0 out of 5 stars A magazine is the lengthened shadow of one man- In appreciation of William F.Buckley Jr.
I remember when this magazine was the lone Conservative voice on the newstands. I too have memories of many long Latinate sentences which Mr.Buckley provided and I had to try and figure out.
5-0 out of 5 stars National Review
Great Conservative political journalism. Would've liked to read it when William Buckley was editor. ... Read more

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13. Utne
by Ogden Publications, Inc.
Magazine (23 November, 2001)
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3-0 out of 5 stars Too light
Utne takes on all the right issues, but doesn't deliver the kind of indepth reporting to make it matter.Most articles are short and too tidy.An interview with Alan Ball (creator of Six Feet Under) is a perfect example.Several times in the article you think "hey, they're going to get into something interesting," but each time the interviewer changes the subject before that can happen.Another article with great potential: ten green urban projects.Unfortunately, each project gets a palty 4 lines . . . and there are no links to other sources for follow up.There is great potential at Utne, but it needs to be developed.

5-0 out of 5 stars 5 PLUS 5**********
It always seems like a holiday when my UTNE arrives.It has never failed to delight me in my long tenure as a subscriber and fan.
5-0 out of 5 stars Addendum to the other reviews on the first page
Hello, this will be the third time in the last many years that I've received, and read, UR on a regular basis.I agree with most of the other reviews.However, what I find most outstanding about the magazine is how uplifting, and ultimately positive, it is.I subcribe to several dozen web sites, from the media from around the world, most of which are far left of "liberal."While I take everything that I receive, through all forms of media, with a very large "grain of salt," I do tend to put much more stock in what I read on the web than I do in what the mainstream media feeds us, especially that from the U.S.Therefore, as a result of that reading, I often feel sorrow, rage, cynicism, and/or depression.Utne's positive spin on issues, even when the subject is inherently distressful, inspires me, as almost no other form of media does (except, sometimes, music), to rise up out of any negativity that I may be indulging in, and take positive steps toward helping to make our world a better place for us all.For that, I am very grateful to everyone who is responsible for such a fine magazine.Thank you, Utne. ... Read more

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14. Foreign Policy - Dc
by Foreign Policy
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Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars
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5-0 out of 5 stars On Par With The Economist and Better Than Foreign Affairs Journal!
I'm happy that I ordered a subscription to this magazine as it not only matches, but surpasses the content provided in the Foreign Affairs Journal. The student discount rate I received (at the official foreign policy website) has the most reasonable price. Each new issue of FP contains a barrage of perspectives on numerous topics that are very relevant today. Photos, graphs, and charts also help to breathe life into each article and helped me to better grasp the content presented.
5-0 out of 5 stars Interesting
Very interesting and enjoyable to read. As a student of political science and international relations, this is a great way to keep updated about the current issues and problems in the international arena. It is not dry or boring.

3-0 out of 5 stars Still a worthwhile investment, in spite of decline
Foreign Policy magazine is not what it once was. Authoritative, well argumented and thought out articles are incrasingly giving way to collections of "Did you knows", short pieces which try to include more wit than substance, and statistics for readers to gawk at, rather than to give context and meaning. FP is trying to be more like Time or Newsweek and is not getting any better for it.
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15. Washington Post Weekly-National Edition
by Washington Post Weekly
Magazine (23 November, 2001)
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Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars
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4-0 out of 5 stars Washington Post
For those of us without easy access to the Post -- one of the outstanding newspapers in the U. S. -- the Weekly is an excellent way to get articles and columns on the important matters of the day.

5-0 out of 5 stars Very Convenient
The Washington Post is an excellent newspaper and this condensed weekly edition essentially allows one to read the highlights and the best or most important of the week's news.This is especially handy for people who do not live in the DC area who want access to one of the nation's most well respected papers without having to wade through the daily edition.I frequently travel so I often pick up a copy if I'm out of town for a week to catch up on the news.

5-0 out of 5 stars Excellent analysis
I read this religiously.It puts other celebrity-centered newsweeklies like Newsweek and Time to shame. In depth articles of events and good feature stories. ... Read more

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16. Consumer Reports On Health
by Consumer Reports
Magazine (23 November, 2001)
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Sales Rank: 1230
Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars
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5-0 out of 5 stars Amazing reading - on par with Consumers Report
Nowhere more than in the US is this kind of publication desperately needed - what with all the doublespeak, pseudo-science and borderline-illegal/unethical claims being made in advertising, advertorials, product placements etc.
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17. The New Republic
by Pro Circ
Magazine (23 November, 2001)
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Asin: B000060MGR
Sales Rank: 733
Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars
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5-0 out of 5 stars Still the best
As someone who reads a lot of magazines and who is a left-liberal, I remain a stalwart supported of The New Republic. This despite the fact that, yes, they supported the Iraq war. Their crucial failing in that enterprise was that they assumed that Bush would work with Democrats, etc., and actually get the job done. It's easy for the anti-war left to bash them after the fact, but at least you can say they take the moral and ethical high road: they've been advocating for military intervention on humanitarian grounds for years, and even if, as in the case for Iraq, they made many mistakes, the fact that they represent an American left willing to intervene on non-self-interested grounds is important in and of itself.
5-0 out of 5 stars A high- quality intellectual journal
I have through the years read many different pieces from the TNR . They almost always were of high quality, credible and convincing. There are exceptions. They not so long back published a piece by Tony Judt on Israel which I found ill- informed and outrageous. In general however they have through the years been fairly understanding of the special dilmenasthat Israel faces. Editor Martin Peretz is a strong Israel supporter although he takes a quite dovish Shimon Pereslike line.
5-0 out of 5 stars The best weekly newsmagazine in the country
I'm a liberal, and I've been a devoted reader of TNR since the 1950s.And yes it is a liberal magazine.It does excellent investigative work.And I have not noticed much of a change in its politics in the past 50 years.
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18. New York Times Upfront
by Scholastic Inc.
Magazine (23 November, 2001)
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Sales Rank: 836
Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars
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1-0 out of 5 stars ummm... where is it??
I ordered this magazine a loooooonnnnggg time ago. It's been at least a year. I was really excited to read it, but it never came once! Whatever...

1-0 out of 5 stars Horrible Service
How can your review something that you don't receive. Oops, I forgot I did receive one issue, I liked the format, but it wasn't worth the trouble.
1-0 out of 5 stars Almost a year and no magazine!!!
I bought this for my nephew and he has yet to receive the magazine! ... Read more

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19. Kiplinger Letter
by Kiplinger Washington Editors
Magazine (23 November, 2001)
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Asin: B00005N7R4
Sales Rank: 823
Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars
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5-0 out of 5 stars Just the facts
I love the Kiplinger Letter because you can get the "what" is happening in a brief period of time.With time as a premium, you need to know all the high level news without the details.If you do need a deeper dive, there are a million other sources.The Kiplinger Letter is the right starting point. ... Read more

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20. The Wilson Quarterly
by Pro Circ
Magazine (23 November, 2001)
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Sales Rank: 1069
Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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4-0 out of 5 stars Wow
Since I discovered this periodical in my campus library, I have loved it and shared the info. I enjoy the articles. I bought a book from one of the authors featured. The other day I nearly laughed out with some of the content and then went on to read a serious article in the same volume. I highly recommend it for peole who thirst for knowledge.

5-0 out of 5 stars Top Quality
The art of short non-fiction writing lives on.I have subscribed to this magazine since 1981, a very different world then, but have been consistently impressed with WQ.This magazine has always demonstrated an excellence in style, content and quality of writing.My favorite is that it has reviews of other magazine articles, something I always look forward to.If controversy or an edge is what you are looking for, this may not be your cup of soup.But if you are looking for a condensed and concise article on a subject you may know nothing about, coming away feeling just a little bit more informed about the world, I can't think of a better source.

2-0 out of 5 stars Organ of the Radical Center
How to characterize this magazine? It's a cross between Reader's Digest and US News and World Report, with a higher Flesch-Kincaid rating. Most of the articles read like popularizations of the output of political science departments (with a bias toward Princeton, of course). In my year's subscription, I found it a little too safe, accommodating, and middling, and I did not renew. ... Read more

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