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Remembering Victor Navasky, Serge Daney, Marjorie Taylor Greene, and more

Nation Weekly
January 27, 2023
“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.

One “Nation” Under Victor
Remembering Victor S. Navasky.
Katrina vanden Heuvel
Serge Daney’s Cinema of Life and Death
The French critic and editor helped establish a critical vision of film that was both rigorous and revolutionary.
Max Nelson
Will Marjorie Taylor Greene Be the Republican Nominee for Vice President?
The Congress member and conspiracist is reportedly positioning herself to be Trump’s running mate—but her ambitions may be even bigger.
Chris Lehmann
I’m the Proud Dad of a Drag Queen—and I Want a Better World for My Kid
Why are many thoughtful, well-educated people so ready to lump drag queens, nonbinary, and transgender people in a single rejectable category?
Ira Chernus
“Restore Roe” Is Not the Answer to the Abortion Access Crisis
We deserve better than the return of a law that never worked for everyone.
Mary Drummer
How to Defeat Kyrsten Sinema; Plus Universal Basic Income in LA
On this week’s episode of Start Making Sense, Steve Phillips talks about Arizona politics, and Sasha Abramsky reports on fighting poverty in Southern California.
Start Making Sense, Jon Wiener
The Perversity of Moderate Democrats
On this episode of The Time of Monsters, we speak to Alexander Sammon about Kathy Hochul and Jeffrey Zients.
Jeet Heer

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