Appeal to Reason: The First 25 Years of In These Times by
Craig Aaron (Editor), James Weinstein, Robert W. McChesney
Craig Aaron, managing editor of In These Times, gathers works
from the muckraking newsmagazine's 25 years of publication in
Appeal to Reason: 25 Years In These Times. Barbara
Ehrenreich and Ellen Willis write about feminism and abortion;
Alice Walker sounds off on race and crime; Noam Chomsky
expresses his views on "democracy's slow death"; and
Arundhati Roy speaks out on diversity and resisting hegemony.
Other journalists write on war and peace, cultural criticism and
the environment. An attractive, almost square shaped layout
works well with the text, which is punctuated by riveting
photographs and images.
For 25 years, this national biweekly independent magazine of
news and opinion has provided groundbreaking coverage of the
labor movement, environment, feminism, grassroots politics,
minority communities, and the media. Features articles from
contributors such as David Brower, Noam Chomsky, Barbara
Ehrenreich, Juan Gonzalez, Chris Lehmann, John Nichols, Alice
Walker, and Fred Weir.
"In These Times is the most creative and challenging
newsmagazine on the American Left."
"In These Times has performed a unique and valuable service,
never needed mre than it is today." Noam Chomsky
"At a time of growing media concentration, In These Times is an
invaluable source of news and information that the corporate
media would too often prefer to ignore."
Senator Paul Wellstone
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