- Format: Magazine
- Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
- Publisher: Institute for Public Affairs
- ASIN: B000071G50
- Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars See all reviews (6 customer reviews)
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In These Times
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In These Times magazine provides readers with investigative reporting, provocative essays, debates about our political future and news straight from the frontlines. In These Times reports on the upcoming legislative battles, current progressive political strategies and international news you need to know. This monthly news magazine is an indispensable alternative to the mainstream media for readers seeking an independent analysis of contemporary events and an in-depth look at issues that others ignore.
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Top Customer Reviews
Most importantly, ITT reports on labor every issue, an important component of the left, that is often neglected by other magazines of the left.
In These Times is a magazine that may be harder to find in a library. If you are interested, I suggest first visiting their website which allows you to read portions of the current magazine without paying anything.
The price for the magazine is very reasonable, and I personally find the magazine content more diverse and interesting than The Progressive.
The writing and topics are engaging, current, and well researched and the editors not afraid to call things as they see fit.
Put down the Cosmo for later, and read a few articles you won't find on the TV mainstream news. after all.. knowlege is power.
The Nation, you should still be aware that this periodical DOES
espouse or condone abortion as part of its women's rights issues.
Although women's suffrage is commendable, abortion is decidedly
not PC (nor do children believe in divorce). I had to say this.
That said, DO by all means subscribe to I.T.T. for news and views
which you won't likely get elsewhere (without spending mad hours)
Allow me to recommend a second magazine, this one a free monthly,
entitled "The Philadelphia Trumpet", or The Trumpet, which only
can be had by requesting a printed-copy subscription via e-mail,
snail-mail, or 800 number. Their slant or perspective is not very
holier-than-thou (although your radar will sense a bit), and they
cover current events + future trends with a Biblical perspective.
It's most definitely NOT "stuffy", although some articles aren't
suitable for a reader who has a short attention span or is stoned
at the moment. Their site (Protestant sect or cult) address is
thetrumpet.com They do-NOT attempt to pry money out of you. *****
I quote from the publisher's website RE "In These Times" biweekly
"About In These Times
In These Times is a national, biweekly magazine of news and opinion published in Chicago. For 27 years, In These Times has provided groundbreaking coverage of the labor movement, environment, feminism, grassroots politics, minority communities and the media. In These Times features award-winning investigative reporting about corporate malfeasance and government wrongdoing, insightful analysis of national and international affairs, and sharp cultural criticism about events and ideas that matter."