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The New Republic covers politics, culture and big ideas from a thought-provoking perspective. Well-known for its century-old tradition of providing context and analysis beyond the daily headlines, The New Republic has been reimagined for the 21st century with a fresh and compelling design. 

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The New Republic covers politics, culture and big ideas from a thought-provoking perspective. Well-known for its century-old tradition of providing context and analysis beyond the daily headlines, The New Republic has been reimagined for the 21st century with a fresh and compelling design. 

By publishing the best writing from a variety of viewpoints -- including those from arts and culture, with literary criticism that sets the standard in the academic arena and among general readers alike -- The New Republic continues to be among America's best and most influential journals of opinion.

Since 1914, The New Republic has been an influential progressive American voice of politics and the arts providing its readers with intelligent, stimulating and rigorous examinations of American politics, foreign policy and cultural thinking. The New Republic examines big ideas from a thought-provoking perspective.

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I’m not a liberal but curious of their views. Other liberal magazines like The Nation are off the wall but this one is somewhat reasonable


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I stumbled across the New Republic when I read an article from summer of 1934 on the Nazi concentration camps. It was prescient, or perhaps just amazing, cutting edge reporting. I'm happy with my new subscription as well. I won't say it has a liberal slant, because that would say it has a slant. Rather, I think it has a humanitarian focus, is careful and well-researched. It's refreshing to read a magazine that shares my basic humane values, and is rigorous, careful, and responsible.
My only recommendation would be to get the paper magazine, as the e-magazine is difficult to read on my Kindle. Font is too small and it doesn't seem to be responsive to user manipulation.