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Judith Long

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Judith Long was The Nation’s copy chief.


  • Culture May 11, 2011

    In Our Orbit: Desolation Peaks

    In Fire Season Philip Connors offers a tribute to the life of solitude he leads as a fire lookout in the Gila National Forest.

    Judith Long

  • Nation History December 2, 2010

    A Puzzler’s Puzzler: On Frank W. Lewis

    Lewis was a true Renaissance man, a lover of music, history, literature, language, botany, geography, sports, boating, cards—the list is endless—all of which enliven his puzzles.

    Judith Long

  • November 23, 2010

    A Puzzler’s Puzzler: On Frank W. Lewis

    Lewis was a true Renaissance man, a lover of music, history, literature, language, botany, geography, sports, boating, cards—the list is endless—all of which enliven his puzzles.

    Judith Long

  • Fiction March 25, 2003

    What Are They Reading?

    There's no better antidote to orange alerts and duct-tape dictums than good fiction, and if the terrorists occupying the White House have shot your attention span, try a book of short stories.

    Judith Long

  • Lost in Space

    A report by Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld's Space Commission advocates circumventing the intent of international laws that seek to keep space free from war and urges that the President "have the option to deploy weapons in space."

    Karl Grossman and Judith Long

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  • Lobbying January 11, 2001

    Star Wars Boosters

    As soon as George W. Bush and Dick Cheney take up the reins of government, they'll give a big boost to waging war in and from space.

    Karl Grossman and Judith Long

  • Lobbying December 9, 1999

    Waging War in Space

    "Master of Space"--a motto of the United States Space Command, a joint Air Force, Army and Navy command set up by the Pentagon in 1985--says it all.

    Karl Grossman and Judith Long