Magazine, In These Times: Can Blogs Revolutionize Progressive Politics
"In These Times" is a magazine dedicated to exploring the social justice, political issues, and current events that the United States faces these days. Published in Chicago, the magazine's articles are written by staff, that explore issues facing all U.S. citizens. Kurt Vonnegut and Barbara Ehreinreich are contributing editors.
Articles in this issue include: "Walking to Guantanamo", "Can Blogs Revolutionize Progressive Politics", "In Search of Solidarity", "When Red Goes Green", "Paradigm Shift", "In Person with Heather Rogers", "Witness for the Prosecution", "Appall-o-meter", "House call", "The Third Coast", "Back Talk", "The First Stone", "Radicals without Borders"
In These Times magazine provides left-leaning analysis of current events. This issue's headlines include: Year of the Donkey?, Where the Seats Are, Dueling Democrats, Why Pakistan Gets a Nuclear Pass, Is Diversity Enough?, China's Growing Desert, Halliburton ♥ Congress, Tracking the CIA Torture Flights
News reports and opinion pieces on world politics and current events, including articles covering political canvassing among young voters, the National Hip Hop Convention, Iran's ties to Hezbollah, Latino populations in post-Katrina New Orleans, reparations, Bill Ayers & Bernadine Dohrn, and Democratic senator Byron Dorgan.
Full issue title: Bigger Than Hip Hop: Glen Ford reports on the fall of black leadership and the rise of hip hop politics.
News reports and opinion pieces on world politics and current events, including articles covering anti-immigration, overcrowding in prisons, accumulated debt of the Millennial generation, national security spying, and health care.