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Walt Disney news and analysis from The Nation
December 4, 2020
Movie Theaters Aren’t Dying—They’re Being Murdered
The Covid-19 pandemic is providing a perfect cover for media giants bent on replacing theatrical moviegoing with streaming at home.
May 27, 2020
Would a 2020 NBA Champion Ever Be Seen as Legitimate?
The basketball season looks like it is going to end at an ESPN complex in Orlando, in front of no fans. Is this legit hoops?
March 12, 2020
Disney Is Not the Greatest Place on Earth to Work
On the occasion of CEO Robert Iger’s departure, it’s a good time to remember the messed-up ways in which Walt Disney Company makes its money.
March 14, 2018
Are Disney Workers Having a Hard Time Making Ends Meet?
At Disney’s resorts in Florida and California, workers are fighting for better pay and working conditions.
September 14, 2017
What a 1970s Chilean Satire Can Tell Us About Donald Trump
How to Read Donald Duck
has some surprising insights to reveal in 2017.
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July 17, 2015
July 17, 1955: Disneyland Opens in Southern California
“Life is bright-colored, clean, cute, titivating, safe, mediocre, inoffensive to the lowest common denominator, and somehow poignantly inhuman.”