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BL611 Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Sun Mar-06-05 03:50 PM
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75. Yes the big 3 that represent too hot, too cold, just right
Edited on Sun Mar-06-05 03:57 PM by BL611
With The Nation being too hot, NR being too cold, and AP being just right(not just on foreign policy, but just about everything else too). The New Republic has made quite a transformation in the last fifty some odd years from being red apologists with the nation, to shades of Neoconservatism (like if Irving Kristol quit after finishing 3/4ths of the journey). It was quite amusing after the election when they did the cover story co opting the old ADA to try to cover their asses on Iraq (ironically their old rival from the cold war days). I guess its lost on them that Galbraith and Schlesinger are still alive and were quite vocal opponents of the war. American Prospect is a great magazine, and as far as journals go I'm a fan of Dissent also (Who also went through a transformation, but stopped at the right place.)
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