Nation writers Robert McChesney and John Nichols support
government subsidies to sustain journalism in the future.
When the accusation (anti-Semitism) says more about the accuser (The New Republic) than the accused (Andrew Sullivan).
Authors of The Death and Life of American Journalism propose the government grant subsidies to ensure that democracy and a thriving press survive.
John Nichols and Bob McChesney explain why the government should provide subsidies for media outlets.
What does the future of journalism look like? What's next for media? The Nation asks a range of journalists and media makers to tell us what they predict.
Student journalists at The Nation and Campus Progress's Annual Student Journalism Conference talk how news media will be produced, consumed and funded in the next five to ten years.
Books like Game Change are more instructive for what they reveal about the community that prizes them than for the information they contain.
As we observe the third anniversary of Molly Ivins's death, we are ever more the lesser for her loss.
The New Yorker's Jane Mayer reflects on the perils of reporting in a post-9/11 world.
The patriotic case for government action.