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Liberals honor a great public intellectual—while the editor of Commentary compares him to a Nazi.
For half a century, the Institute for Policy Studies has been an invaluable font of progressive ideas and action. We look forward to the next half-century.
All too often, the most prestigious perch in journalism—the New York Times op-ed page—is given to those who flatter the powerful.
As the old journalism dies, what does the Bezos era portend?
Why, to Beltway reporters, Glenn Greenwald is no Bob Woodward.
A portrait of the journalist and intellectual who championed the caboclos of the young Brazilian republic.
How did a journalist whose career was devoted to exposing injustice end up writing a film like Zero Dark Thirty?
Reports of President Obama’s demise turn out to be greatly exaggerated.
The war between democracy and aristocracy in Janet Malcolm’s Forty-One False Starts.
Media observers horrified at the thought of a Koch takeover of the Tribune Company are more sanguine about Murdoch. What are they thinking?
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