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"Deadline Poet" Calvin Trillin reflects on the writing life and his favorite low-paying pinko rag.
At the conclusion of a campaign season marred by Islamaphobic flash-points, how will politicians' increasing scapegoating of Muslim communities play out on the national and international political stage?
On this year's Nation Cruise, folk singer and life-long activist Judy Collins treated The Nation's readers, editors and writers to a humorous and engaging conversation with political correspondent John Nichols.
Are the Democrats cooked for 2010? Will the GOP continue it's rightward drift? Richard Kim and John Nichols explain, aboard the 2010 Nation Cruise.
The Nation's Stuart Klawans recently joined David Sterrit of the National Society of Film Critics and Lisa Schwarzbaum of Entertainment Weekly for a panel discussion moderated by Cinema Journal’s Heather Hendershot on the new methods for disseminating thoughtful writing about film.
Howard Dean joins Ari Berman to discuss Berman's new book and to examine how Democrats can amp up their base in the face of lagging enthusiasm and continuing partisan attacks.
A talk with AFL-CIO president Richard Trumka on the state of the labor movement and plans for the future.
The Supreme Court's Citizens United decision "will warp our democracy forever," says de Blasio, "if we let it do so." The challenge to progressives is to refocus and re-energize grassroots attention on the destructive role money plays in politics.