How The Nation Is Facing The New Era Of Journalism

by: Gabriel Arana | The Huffington Post

Victor Navasky — The Nation’s editor for 18 years, publisher for 10, and now publisher emeritus — has a saying about the magazine: “What’s good for the nation is bad for The Nation.” Founded by abolitionists in 1865, the “flagship of the left,” as it’s come to be known, has indeed seen its subscriber rolls swell in periods when liberals have been out of power, and slip when progressivism is ascendant.


But as the country’s oldest weekly news magazine celebrates its 150th year, it is the changing media landscape that poses the greatest challenges.

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