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The Nation Digital Archive

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Volltext- und Faksimileausgabe der Wochenzeitschrift "The Nation". Die politisch linksgerichtete "The Nation" wurde im Jahr 1865 gegründet und ist die älteste Wochenzeitschrift der Vereinigten Staaten von Amerika. Zu den bedeutendsten Autoren von "The Nation" gehörten Albert Einstein, Martin Luther King und Jean-Paul Sartre. Berichtszeitraum: 1865 ff.

 

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The Nation Publishing Company

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101639

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The Nation is America's oldest weekly magazine. Its 140+ years of reporting, opinion, and criticism make for an unmatched collection of primary source material, indispensable to anyone interested in the history of politics, culture, books and the arts - in the U.S. and around the world.

Since 1865, The Nation has stood firmly for human rights, civil liberties, and economic justice, taking on monopolies, militarism, and imperialism. Through changing times and changing fashions, The Nation has remained a beacon of honesty and idealism, never faltering in its commitment to publishing what Victor Navasky, Nation publisher and editorial director, has called "a dissenting, independent, trouble-making, idea-launching journal of critical opinion."

This archival collection is a breathtaking assemblage of words and images from the most thought-provoking writers, activists and artists of the nineteenth and twentieth centuries - from the Civil War through the millennium. Contributors include Henry James, Sinclair Lewis, Willa Cather, H.L. Mencken, Upton Sinclair, Margaret Mead, Edna St. Vincent Millay, Bertrand Russell, I.F. Stone, Jean-Paul Sartre, W. H. Auden, Martin Luther King, Jr., Toni Morrison, Gore Vidal, Alexander Cockburn, Katha Pollitt and many, many more.

Throughout the decades, the greatest minds and the bravest leaders of their day tackled the issues in our pages. The Nation has also featured illustrations from some of the most important political artists of the past century - Art Young, Hugo Gellert, William Gropper, Fritz Eichenberg, Hendrik Van Loon, Ben Shahn and many others.

The Nation Digital Archive enables researchers to access invaluable historical material in ways never before possible - with lightning-fast searches of nearly 200,000 pages for specific topics, authors, issues and date ranges.

Features

- World-class primary source material from the finest writers, artists and activists of the past 142 years.

- Over 6,800 weekly issues

- Fully searchable by author, title, keyword or date range

- View and print the actual pages from the original issues

- Nearly 200,000 pages

- Over 20,000 book reviews

- Over 3,000 theater reviews

- Nearly 8,000 film reviews

- More than 10,000 poems

- Thousands of cartoons and illustrations

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