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American Spectator, The
The American Spectator was founded in 1924. It features articles on politics and Americana.
Governing magazine publishes articles on subjects of interest to elected and appointed government officials at the state, city and county levels. The magazine seeks lively, comprehensive articles covering politics, personalities, issues and managemen
Harper's magazine offers original journalism and award-winning essays, fiction, and reporting to inform readers on political, literary, cultural, and scientific affairs.
Mother Jones is a magazine of provocative and unexpected articles that provides a perspective not found in the mainstream media. It challenges conventional wisdom, exposes abuses of power, and offers fresh solutions for positive social change.
We are a journal of left/liberal political opinion--founded in 1865--covering ational and international affairs. We publish weekly (summer bi-weekly).
Reason covers politics, economics, culture, and science from a broad-minded libertarian perspective. We look for original analysis and research and do not like simple rehashes of well- worn libertarian positions.
The New Yorker
The New Yorker is a widely known for its political commentary and coverage of New York culture. The publication's reach extends far outside NYC. The magazine is read around the globe. It is also known its iconic cover art. The weekly magazine is published by Conde Nast.
The Sun is an independent magazine that uses stories, essays, photographs and more to "evoke the splendor and heartache of being human." The Sun says its content explores "the challenges we face and the moments when we rise to meet them." It is published in Chapel Hill, NC.
Toward Freedom is an international news, analysis and advocacy journal. TF seeks to strengthen and extend human justice and liberties in every sphere.
Washington Monthly, The
The Washington Monthly is a DC-based publication covering politics, government, culture and the media.
The Washingtonian is a city magazine-it focuses almost exclusively on the Washington metropolitan area. The magazine was started in October 1965, and its ABC circulation is over 150,000.