To kill somebody for a cause you don’t believe in is potentially worse than being killed yourself, because those scars last forever.
The Nation’s archives, Henry James wrote in our fiftieth anniversary issue, “compose the record of the general life of civilization.”
“To say that it never went wrong would be to make a claim which, even if well grounded, nobody would acknowledge,” the magazine’s founding editor humble-bragged back in 1885.
The government just sold off the once-controversial land. Here’s what they should have done with it instead.
“A new deal is needed in the world,” The Nation said, but FDR was not the man to deliver it.
Sheldon Silver and the history of “Legislative Corruption”.
“Stone may leave the country,” the late essayist wrote of the late novelist, &ldquot;but it’s America confounded that he finds wherever he goes.”
In the winter of 2011, a revolution begins across the Arab world when Tunisian President Zine el-Abidine Ben Ali resigns following protests against government abuse and corruption.