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A semimonthly magazine founded by author William F. Buckley, Jr., in 1955 and based in New York City. It describes itself as "America's most widely read and influential magazine and web site for conservative news, commentary, and opinion."
America's foremost weekly magazine in the early 20th century, with a circulation of over 2 million by the 1920s. In the 1960s the Post began to loose money and circulation and never recovered. It was notable for being a general interest publication intended for a mass audience with generally moderate conservative leanings.
Describes the gray literature of public policy, that is, informal thinktank and other research center reports that are often overlooked by SocAbs or IBSS. Provides fulltext and links out to original fulltext. Try pasting one or more of these Subject terms: "Affirmative Action", "Domestic Issues (U.S.), "Economic Issues", "Education", "Welfare", then adding your own keywords.
includes difficult to find ephemera and internal documents for the predecessors of today’s Alt-Right and Antifa. Sourced from the Hall-Hoag collection at Brown University, the American Radicalism collection at Michigan State and the British National Archives, it includes coverage of right wing and leftist organizations, people and themes there were considered ‘extreme’ at the time the material was collected: SDS, Black Panther Party, Libertarians, Socialists, John Birch Society, Fascists, Gay Liberation Movement, etc.