Ad Policy


Non-fiction news and analysis from The Nation

  • June 15, 2000

    Second-Wave Soundings

    The women’s liberation movement, as it was called in the sixties and seventies, was the largest social movement in the history of the United States–and probably in the world.

    Linda Gordon and Rosalyn Baxandall

  • June 8, 2000

    Flower Power: The Lessons

    An article in the financial section of the New York Observer this spring described a company named Corporation.

    Kim Phillips-Fein

  • May 25, 2000

    When the CIA Was the NEA

    In June 1948 George Kennan, director of the State Department’s policy planning staff, drafted National Security Directive NSC-10/2.

    Michael P. Rogin

  • April 27, 2000

    The Intervention Blues

    Perhaps one of the most fatuous theories ever promulgated was Francis Fukuyama’s “End of History,” put forth just as, in most parts of the world, history resumed its sanguinary progress as soon a

    Ian Williams

  • April 20, 2000

    Hawking Vietnam

    With the twenty-fifth anniversary of the American withdrawal from Vietnam hard upon us, readers and viewers may well be treated to a multitude of reprises of the arguments surrounding the war and

    Richard Falk


  • April 5, 2000

    Her Own Lambs and Falcons

    It really is about time we had the letters of Rebecca West.

    Georgette Fleischer

  • April 5, 2000

    Passages to India

    In the early 1920s, E.M.

    Amitava Kumar

  • March 30, 2000

    The New U

    While the public has been napping, the American university has been busily reinventing itself.

    David Kirp

  • March 9, 2000

    All the President’s Mien

    Leon Aron, a resident scholar at the American Enterprise Institute, has over the past few years become known as an authority on Boris Yeltsin, a man he patently likes and has vigorously defended

    Abraham Brumberg

  • March 9, 2000

    Executioners’ Songs

    The Control Equipment such as Voltage Regulators, Auto Transformers, Oil Circuit Breakers, Panel Board, etc., was designed by and supplied by General Electric Company.

    JoAnn Wypijewski