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- Publisher: Progressive
- ASIN: B00006KTUG
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Unlike Mother Jones, which provides partisan journalism and investigative reporting, Progressive doesn't blush to focus on opinion. It doesn't feel the need to pretend to be anything but a compendium of editorial attitude, often compiling previous columns by respected left-wing and populist writers. From Barbara Ehrenreich's intellectualism to Jim Hightower's homespun bonhomie, if it leans hard left, they print it.
This magazine reads like a throwback to the heyday of Samuel Gompers and Big Bill Haywood. Like those legendary leaders, this magazine doesn't mind ruffling some feathers or shining light where our corporate masters would prefer pitch blackness. Progressive doesn't pretend to be for everyone. This is a journal for workers, small-D democrats, and others who believe that truth cannot be held for ransom or sold on the cheap.
Standing outside the mainstream business-owned press The Progressive routinely runs stories that are either ignored or buried by the establishment media. Labor, environmental, racial, gender, and military and corporate power issues are dealt with from the perspective of the masses of working people and societal underdogs rather than CEOs, major stockholders, Pentagon flacks and covert bigots.
A relatively recent column unearthed the truth behind the sanctions and bombings of Iraq that went on throughout the 1990s. Deliberately tainting the Iraqi civilian water supply was well known to Washington policymakers as The Progressive's brilliant article proved. Also it's one of the very few publications in the United States to constantly berate Israel for the lawlessness and brutality it perpetrates against the Palestinians. These days that's gutsy journalism indeed.
The Progressive garnered world wide attention and essentially became a household word in the late 1970s when it refused to buckle under and courageously stood up for the sanctity of the First Amendment during the A-Bomb case. This is the exact moxie and hard hitting reporting a subscriber can expect. With a lively letters page and some fascinating columnists it's one of the best magazines around.