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The Nation

The Nation is an awesome magazine which has been around since the 1870's. The Nation has a total circulation of 184,296 members, it promotes American liberal causes such as universal health care. Franklin D. Roosevelt, one of the greatest American presidents, was also a notable supporter of The Nation.

Notable contributors Edit

The publisher and editor is Katrina vanden Heuvel. Former editors include Victor Navasky, Norman Thomas (associate editor), Carey McWilliams and Freda Kirchwey, the subject of a biography by the feminist historian Sara Alpern.

Notable contributors have included Albert Einstein, Albert J. Nock, Franz Boas, Patrick Buchanan, Martin Luther King Jr , Bertrand Russell, Barbara Garson, H. L. Mencken, Gore Vidal, Edward Said, Christopher Hitchens, Hunter S. Thompson, Langston Hughes, Ralph Nader, James Baldwin, Kai Bird, Clement Greenberg, Tom Hayden, Daniel Singer, I.F. Stone, Leon Trotsky, George Orwell, Henry Miller, Franklin D. Roosevelt, James K. Galbraith, John Steinbeck, Barbara Tuchman, T. S. Eliot, Kurt Vonnegut, Robert Frost, Frank Lloyd Wright, Hannah Arendt, Ezra Pound, Henry James, Charles Sanders Peirce, Jean-Paul Sartre, John Maynard Keynes, Naomi Klein, Alexander Cockburn, Tariq Ali, and poet John Beecher.

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