Like <i>Fast Food Nation</i> Only Different
December 1, 2005 - 1:20pm ET
All hail EmailNation—The Nation's new e-mail service. When I started subscribing to The Nation, I was in my early 20s. After a college experience where I often bumped up against the rigid boundaries of liberal dogma, reading The Nation was liberating. Katha Pollitt wasn't afraid to take on the feminist orthodoxy in her columns. Alexander Cockburn and Christopher Hitchens—who famously resigned in 2002—were given the freedom to passionately disagree with each other in the same magazine.
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