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Oldest, Continuously Running Magazine in the U.S. Takes a Stand on the Gulf Region

Writer and editor Victor Navasky has been with The Nation since 1978. Now the magazine -- a "journal of commentary and dissent" -- is celebrating its 125th anniversary with a new anthology. Navasky talks about the Nation's editorial stand on the Gulf crisis and how the peace movement is responding to events.


Other segments from the episode on October 25, 1990

Fresh Air with Terry Gross, October 25, 1990: Interview with Victor Navasky; Review of the Vaughan Brothers' album "Family Style"; Interview with Arturo Arias; Review of the film "Tune in Tomorrow."


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