The Nation

Founded in 1865, The Nation is America's oldest weekly magazine and the country's preeminent political journal. The Nation is produced with the highest journalistic standards, speaking with an authority that reflects the editorial vetting, fact-checking and deliberative characteristics increasingly rare in today's news and opinion reporting. The Nation published the first works of Hunter S. Thompson, James Baldwin and Ralph Nader, as well as the work of Albert Einstein, W.H, Auden, Sylvia Plath, Henry James, Willa Cather and hundreds of other independent-minded, paradigm-shifting writers and thinkers - making it the magazine of record for America's progressive thought leaders.




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