“If Victor had an ‘ism’ (he was accused of having a few), I believe it was humanism,” writes Nation publisher, Katrina vanden Heuvel. “He was that rare person who was fierce in his convictions, yet kind and compassionate in his personal relations.”
This week, The Nation’s beloved former editor, publisher, and publisher emeritus, Victor Navasky, passed away at age 90. Vanden Heuvel and other friends, fellow editors, and members of the journalism industry have written in his memory.
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