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Publishing Industry news and analysis from The Nation
August 15, 2019
Media Companies Are (Still) Failing When It Comes to Diversity
We all need to do better—and that includes
July 5, 2019
Another Cartoonist Is Fired for Drawing Reality
Canadian cartoonist Michael de Adder was dropped after creating this drawing.
Michael de Adder
June 18, 2019
Why the Paper of Record Hates Cartoons
Cartoons are powerful—so much so that
The New York Times
is cracking down on them.
June 13, 2019
Guardians of Civilization
The truth hurts at times.
May 6, 2019
One of World’s Wealthiest Educational Institutions May Close Its Renowned Press
Stanford University Press is at risk—even though it costs scarcely more than the college football coach’s raise.
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April 11, 2019
It’s Time to Stop Pretending the Murdochs Are in the News Business
For Rupert and his sons, the press has always been the prime weapon in their power-seeking agenda.
February 20, 2019
Are We Witnessing the End of News?
If you think the media are in trouble now, just wait till there’s a recession.
February 11, 2019
A Style Guide for the 1 Percent
The new grammar and usage handbook by Benjamin Dreyer, Twitter’s premier grammarian, reinforces an elitist view of writing and language.
November 26, 2018
GM’s Plant Closures Confirm the President is a Liar and a Fool
He has never cared about the men and women who build cars in places like Michigan and Ohio.
October 11, 2018
The Magic of Helen DeWitt
In the world of
, the best words are so acute they lacerate.