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Richard Kreitner

Richard Kreitner edits The Nation's archives blog, "Back Issues." Curious how we covered something? We’re on it: rkreitner@thenation.com. Twitter: @richardkreitner.


News and Features

Artists have become the shock troops of gentrification, even at the Chelsea Hotel.

Nick Turse’s Kill Anything That Moves: The Real American War in Vietnam.

Lingeman’s new book looks at postwar America through the lens of film noir.

Both Lincoln and The Nation’s 1860s editors underestimated radicals’ contributions to abolitionism.

The Republican ticket’s reactionary conservation policies would sell off America’s “crown jewels.”

The reverend sat down with The Nation to talk about his humanitarian trip to Africa and poverty in America.


Margaret Sanger and Charlotte Perkins Gilman and John Dewey, oh my!
Early warnings of an American policy in thrall to the Israeli right.
The justices didn’t quote Christian Parenti, but they should have.
There is a model for Dick Cheney’s belief that when it comes to being greeted as liberators, second time’s a charm.
The first modern war created the modern Nation.
A dispatch from the House of Representatives, June 6, 1944.