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Political and Political Criticism Magazines

Magazines covering politics, political issues and criticism/overview of politics. Some magazines may overlap with "news" and "current events".



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Atlantica Magazine
Atlantica Magazine
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40
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Atlantica the Italian Monthly Review.
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Democratic Left is the magazine of the Democratic Socialists of America. Signed articles do not necessarily express the position of the organization.
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Insurgencia Popular fue una revista e instrumento de comunicación y formación del Partido Mexicano de los Trabajadores. Fue publicada entre 1973 y 1985 y abordaba diversos temas relacionados con la democracia, la movilización y participación política, las luchas sindicales y los movimientos populares en el marco del unipartidismo, el autoritarismo y la falta de opciones políticas, sociales y económicas en México. Coordinación Maria Estrella Vázquez Osorno Benjamín Sandoval...
Topics: PMT, partidos políticos, México, revista política, izquierda política, Heberto Castillo,...
Spare Rib Magazine
Spare Rib Magazine
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78
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1,463
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Spare Rib Magazine
Technocracy Incorporated (Magazine and Related)
Technocracy Incorporated (Magazine and Related)
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94
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11,231
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Materials from various Technocracy sources.
The American Appeal
The American Appeal
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100
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American Appeal was a newspaper for the American Socialist Party, early 20th Century.
The American Socialist (Newspaper)
The American Socialist (Newspaper)
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164
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24,498
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The American Socialist Newspaper.
The Arena Magazine
The Arena Magazine
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38
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The Arena, an American literary and political magazine, was founded by the radical journalist, Benjamin Flower. It first appeared as a 100 page monthly journal in December, 1889. Flower, influenced by the ideas of Edward Bellemy and Henry George, used the magazine to publicize the need for social reform. Over the first few years Flower published a large number of articles on poverty, sweatshops, slum clearance, unemployment and child labour. One of his early campaigns was an attempt to persuade...
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A monthly magazine concerned with Islamic studies, culture and intellectual affairs issued by the Ministry of All Endowments and Islamic Affairs in Rabat.
The Industrial Union Bulletin
The Industrial Union Bulletin
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The Industrial Union Bulletin, was a newspaper published by the Industrial Workers of the World (IWW), a radical labor union. During a 1906 split of the IWW into two groups, each claiming legitimacy as the real IWW, one group headed by former President Charles O. Sherman took possession of the union's office, and of the resources to continue publishing the organization's official newspaper, the Industrial Worker. The office of president had just been abolished at the 1906 convention. The other...
The Industrial Worker (Newspaper)
The Industrial Worker (Newspaper)
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29,173
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The Industrial Worker, "the voice of revolutionary industrial unionism," is the newspaper of the Industrial Workers of the World (IWW). It is currently released ten times a year, printed and edited by union labor, and is frequently distributed at radical bookstores, demonstrations, strikes and labor rallies. It covers industrial conditions, strikes, workplace organizing experiences, and features on labor history. The newspaper was first printed in journal format in Joliet, Illinois,...
The International Socialist
The International Socialist
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The International Socialist was a newspaper published in Sydney, New South Wales, Australia from 1910 to 1920. It has also been published as International Socialist Review for Australasia. The International Socialist Review for Australasia was first published on 30 April 1910. It was printed and published by Henry Edmund Holland from 1910-1920 for the International Socialists, and by William Robert Winspear after 4 November 1916 for the Sydney Branch of the Australasian Socialist Party. It was...
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Jump Cut was founded as a print publication by John Hess, Chuck Kleinhans, and Julia Lesage in Bloomington, Indiana, and published its first issue in1974. It was conceived as an alternative publication of media criticism—emphasizing left, feminist, and LGBTQ perspectives. It evolved into an online publication in 2001, bringing all its back issues with it. The collection also contains a large amount of work by Julia Lesage and Chuck Kleinhans. This includes their teaching and research...
Topics: JumpCutMagazine, media