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1. The New Yorker
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2. Mental Floss
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3. Harper's Magazine
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4. The Nation
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5. Mother Jones
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6. The Weekly Standard
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7. National Review
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8. Utne
$24.95
9. Foreign Policy - Dc
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10. National Interest - Dc
$39.95
11. Stanford Social Innovation Review
$36.00
12. Policy Review
$32.00
13. Progressive
$43.00
14. Z Magazine
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15. Liberty - Wa
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16. Regulation
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17. In These Times
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18. American Conservative
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19. City Journal
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20. The Crisis Magazine

1. The New Yorker
by Conde Nast Publications Inc.
Magazine (23 November, 2001)
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Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars
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5-0 out of 5 stars Bread and Butter
The new yorker was love at first site for me - I saw it on a friend's coffee table and I was drawn in intially by the photography and the intelligence of the writing.People always refer to the "Tina Brown ERA" as if it was a total disaster...but I disagree...perhaps because it coincided with my mid to late 20's, shortly after I first started subscribing to the magazine, when I needed culture as much as I needed knowlege. I thought TB added some sparkle to the nerdy publication - I loved the photo essays, and the women's profiles - I remember reading about Elizabeth Dole and Hilary Clinton, etc.Tina Brown got me hooked.David Remnick kept me going on a more nutritious and wordy diet. I do read it every week - skim, remove cards, read comics, check out the articles, go back to read the ones that are interesting.I have no idea why people would feel that they have to live in NYC to benefit.

5-0 out of 5 stars you don't have to be a New Yorker to love it, but it helps
I was introduced to the New Yorker when I first arrived at grad school--and have been an avid fan ever since.You don't have to live in NY to love this magazine! Its articles, stories, cartoons, poems and commentary never fail to turn a cup of tea on an afternoon break into something more--like being invited to engage with the clever minds of our day. If you are no longer in school, staying well informed in this way is priceless.There are insights here that appeal to our need to be reading something with style so thoroughly that they make you wish your busier friends had enough time to discuss some of the controversial or witty contents with you.The cutting edge reporting is unparallelled in "literary" magazines of this sort.I will never forget the provocative articles on low energy radiation and cancer that caused such a stir in the late 80's, when people began exposing themselves tocomputers on a regular basis.The New Yorker is a gem.Picking up a copy is like fine dining in an era of junk food.Treasure it.

5-0 out of 5 stars almost forgot to mention the cool covers
The New Yorker is both a blessing and a curse for me.It's a great magazine, but sometimes I feel so compelled to keep up with my weekly New Yorkers that I find it feeling like a burden.
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Subjects:  1. General Interest    2. Literary    3. Lifestyle & Cultures (Guidance)    4. Ideas & Commentary   


2. Mental Floss
by Mental Floss Llc
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5-0 out of 5 stars Do you like learning?
I've actually met people who have said, "I'm too old to learn new things." And younger folk who have said, "That's too much like being in class." If you're one of these people, don't bother with Mental Floss magazine, or with going to school any more, or for that matter, with continuing to be alive in the first place. Living is learning, and this magazine helps edify and entertain you while you're doing all that living and learning. Most highly recommended.
5-0 out of 5 stars Wonderful,silly trivia!
This is truly one of my favorite magazines!It's been a favorite gift for friends and I know that it is being passed to others so each issue gets multiple readings.Of course, my issues are safely in my home library since some things are too good to share.

1-0 out of 5 stars THE BEST REVIEW YOU'LL EVER READ
dO not order MENtle floss Magazin.it preetends to be sMart but It's just a teaz.Covers intersting toppics, aks good qestions but the ansers are lackng.Each issu has half a page of corections frm the preevius issu.whats the point of reeding a mag whitch promises to mak you smarter if its not so clevver itself?Like ths revue, it dosn't live upto it's claims. ... Read more

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3. Harper's Magazine
by Harper's Magazine
Magazine (23 November, 2001)
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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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4. The Nation
by Nation
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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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5. Mother Jones
by Mother Jones
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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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6. The Weekly Standard
by The Weekly Standard
Magazine (23 November, 2001)
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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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7. 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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8. 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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9. Foreign Policy - Dc
by Foreign Policy
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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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10. National Interest - Dc
by National Affairs Inc
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5-0 out of 5 stars Thought provoking read!
This magazine is ideal reading for anyone who demands a broad perspective and deep analysis about any current topics related to international foreign policy. Years ago, I subscribed to the magazine and now, as an International Relations grad student, I use articles in The National Interest to address my areas of concentration. The pieces are useful to me because they are so in-depth. I appreciate the pragmatic approach of the writers as well as the wealth of information the editors ensure are featured in each issue. I particularly like the Reporter-at-Large feature and the recent "Conversation with Henry Kissinger" segment.
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11. Stanford Social Innovation Review
by Stanford Grad School Business
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5-0 out of 5 stars Leading Business School innovating in non-profit sector
A brilliant opportunity to see real innovations in the non-profit sector reviewed by leading minds in the for-profit sector.Stanford Graduate School of Business, one of the premier business schools in the United States present the best practices of non-profit management, corporate and venture philanthropy, and the pressing issue of social return metrics in very accessible articles.
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12. Policy Review
by Hoover Inst/Stanford Univ
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5-0 out of 5 stars One of the finest social policy journals
'Policy Review' contains carefully thought out studies on major social, economic and political issues. Among its distinguished contributors are Nicholas Eberstadt, Robert Kagan, Larry Diamond, Mary Eberstadt.
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13. Progressive
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3-0 out of 5 stars Good, but limited
This is a good magazine for progressives and liberal-minded folks. The magazine uses the same authors and writers for each issue. This is both good and bad. Good because you get to know the writing style, ideas and thoughts from these writers; they become kind of like friends after a while. Bad because you get the same views all the time; there's no diversity and it feels a bit in-bred.
5-0 out of 5 stars I will renew my Subscription for the rest of my life
This magazine is published every month. For me it's a big event. I can't wait to finger though the pages, look at the articles, and read the columns from my favorite writers like Molly Ivans. If you are a conservative this magazine is not for you but if you are a moderate, or some where on the left you will love this magazine! Senator Robert Lafollette R-WI originally founded it. He ran for president in 1924 under the Progressive party (which has since died out). He received 4,826,471 popular votes and 13 electoral votes. It was one of the first publications ever to publish the writings ofMartian Luther King and has since been a strong voice against the war in Iraq. This magazine should be cherished for being well progressive.

5-0 out of 5 stars Thank You, Matthew Rothschild
Taking the reins from Erwin Knoll (R.I.P.), Mr. Rothschild has very ably continued the great work of progressive / left commentary and articles. A terrific publication. Check out www.progressive.org for timely updates on national goings-on. ... Read more

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14. Z Magazine
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5-0 out of 5 stars Wide ranging and always intriguing
Z magazine brings together some of the best journalism and opinion writing on a diverse array of pertinent global and local political matters (certainly political in the broad sense)5-0 out of 5 stars The Real Liberal Media
Do you belive the mainstream media has a Liberal slant? Read Z and see what the media would look like if that were actually true.5-0 out of 5 stars Superb news analysis journal
The best publication of it's type.Should be in every library and every school.Informative, literate andprovocative.My only negative is that I wish it was a larger publication.I have had my subscription for 4 years and it is a definite read for me each month. ... Read more

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15. Liberty - Wa
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5-0 out of 5 stars Good Articles
Being a registered Libertarian, this magazine falls along my line of thinking. The articles are varied, easy to read, informative, and accurate. The printing is professional and on good stock. If you are middle-of-the-road politically, give this one a try.

5-0 out of 5 stars One of the Finest Publications for People who Need to Know
. . . the inside and the other side of the story. While a Libertarian magazine, it is not a tool of the Libertarian Party. I do not agree with every article in this magazine. But I do respect the opinions expressed.5-0 out of 5 stars There's more than just black and white (or red and blue)...
LIBERTY is, without a doubt, my favorite magazine. Though often compared to REASON because of its subject matter, it bears a closer kinship to THE ECONOMIST or academic journals; what it lacks in gloss and fancy advertising, it more than makes up for with opinion and actual content.Read more

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16. Regulation
by The Cato Institute
Magazine (08 February, 2002)
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17. In These Times
by Institute for Public Affairs
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5-0 out of 5 stars The best birthday gift this year!
My fiance got me a subscription for my bday (I asked four it) and I love this magazine.It is very informative and covers a lot of issues.The magazine contains a great balance of different issues from different places.I like to read the articles about world news because I see less and less of that in the main stream media.Enjoy this wonderful magazine!

3-0 out of 5 stars patriotism is the last refuge of a scoundrel
Although I'd spend money on I.T.T. rather than Mother Jones or5-0 out of 5 stars Expand Your World
Very informative magazine that scrutinizes a wide variety of political topics and current affairs, from American homeland to the remotest jungles abroad, all with their own unique perspective and viewpoint that runs moderate to left.Read more

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18. American Conservative
by American Conservative
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5-0 out of 5 stars The Best Conservative Journal Currently
During last year's election year, I subscribed to three conservative journals (National Review, The Weekly Standard, and The American Conservative).The best part about the three was how different they were from each other.TWS in my opinion, was the magazine for the neo-conservatives (a crowd I am not a member of).NR champions the current Republican platform yet is backed up with some excellent writers.TAC, on the other hand offers traditional conservatism.Not exactly for everyone (The only person to endorse Bush in 2004 from the magazine was it's co-founder, Pat Buchanan, who is one of his harsher critics on the right).What makes it so great is that the articles offer conservative critique that may win over more liberals than conservatives at the end of the day.I myself, am not always in agreement with the articles I read.The columns from Pat Buchanan and Taki are worth reading by those on either side of the political spectrum.I recomend this one over NR and TWS but those who like a variety of conservative opinion should explore all three.

5-0 out of 5 stars The Real Face of America's Conservative Movement
If you are emabarrassed by the low level intellects, the loud mouthed chicken hawks, and the globalist sell-outs who claim to speak for conservative America, you will find comfort twice a month in this fine magazine.There are no dumbed down articles, no childish insults and no old-left idealogy repackaged to look like conservative thought.
5-0 out of 5 stars Fine Paleo-Conservative Bi-Weekly
Up until recently, I was highly ambivalent about this magazine.Although I consider myself a paleo-conservative, it has published a number of articles (in less recent issues, particularly), well, that have rubbed me the wrong way.However, recently - in a single issue, in fact - it published three of the best articles, book reviews, and reminiscences that I've read in at least the last year.
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19. City Journal
by Manhattan Institute
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5-0 out of 5 stars Forget the National Review. This is the conservative must-read.
Do you want an insiders view of the debate over welfare reform? What the left-wing luminaries predicted and what really happened?
5-0 out of 5 stars A top-flight urban policy and general intellectual journal
I just read another of the outstanding analyses of the world- political situation, this one in regard to nuclear Iran's danger to the world, by Mark Steyn. 'City Journal' has along with Steyn other outstanding journalists, Theodore Darylmple, Stefan Kanfer.
5-0 out of 5 stars Found One of the Best Articles Ever Here
I read one of the most informative and sadly depressing articles ever in the magazine and I highly recommend it to anyone who seeks the truth which the MSM simply refuses to report on because it doesn't fit their blinkered, left-wing, p.c. worldview. The article was called The Prep School P.C. Plague, by a most erudite and stylistically elegant writer named MacDonald, I believe. I highly recommend it to anyone considering sending a poor hapless child off to a prep school as I was. It's a real eye-opener on the whitey-hating self-loathing that exists among liberals who run these elite schools. Great article and great magazine. ... Read more

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20. The Crisis Magazine
by The Crisis Publishing Company
Magazine (24 May, 2002)
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