Obituary

Senator Mike Gravel

Mike Gravel Told Americans What Was Being Done in Their Name but Without Their Consent Mike Gravel Told Americans What Was Being Done in Their Name but Without Their Consent

Fifty years ago this week, the senator read the Pentagon Papers into the Congressional Record. He never stopped battling war and secrecy. Gravel died on Saturday.

Jun 28, 2021 / Obituary / John Nichols

Stephen F. Cohen, 1938–2020

Stephen F. Cohen, 1938–2020 Stephen F. Cohen, 1938–2020

Мой Cтив (My Steve): A personal recollection of Stephen F. Cohen, who died on September 18 at the age of 81.

Sep 21, 2020 / Editorial / Katrina vanden Heuvel

In Memoriam: Michael Sorkin, 1948–2020

In Memoriam: Michael Sorkin, 1948–2020 In Memoriam: Michael Sorkin, 1948–2020

Michael Sorkin was The Nation’s architecture critic from 2013 to 2020.

Apr 2, 2020 / Editorial / Mike Davis

RIP, Paul Volcker: The Fed Chair Who Thought We Lived Too Well

RIP, Paul Volcker: The Fed Chair Who Thought We Lived Too Well RIP, Paul Volcker: The Fed Chair Who Thought We Lived Too Well

To avoid repeating the macroeconomic mistakes of the past 40 years, progressives must reckon with Volcker’s tremendous—and harmful—influence.

Dec 11, 2019 / Obituary / Rohan Grey

Remembering Ann Snitow, the Feminist Activist Who Embraced Uncertainty

Remembering Ann Snitow, the Feminist Activist Who Embraced Uncertainty Remembering Ann Snitow, the Feminist Activist Who Embraced Uncertainty

Writer, teacher, and unstoppable organizer Ann Snitow died on August 10, days after turning in the final draft of her sixth book.

Aug 13, 2019 / Editorial / Alix Kates Shulman

Marc Lambert Lamba

‘We Call That Love’: Marc Lambert Lamba Defended Cameroon’s LGBT Community ‘We Call That Love’: Marc Lambert Lamba Defended Cameroon’s LGBT Community

Lambert, who died on August 4, was a pioneering LGBT activist who was there to help—even after foreign support dried up.

Aug 12, 2019 / Obituary / Robbie Corey-Boulet

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