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In These Times

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In These Times
In These Times is an American politically progressive/democratic socialist monthly magazine of news and opinion published by the Institute for Public Affairs in Chicago, Illinois. It was established as a broadsheet-format fortnightly newspaper in 1976 by James Weinstein, a lifelong socialist, with the aid of intellectuals including Julian Bond, Noam Chomsky and Herbert Marcuse. It investigates alleged corporate and government wrongdoing, covers international affairs, and has a cultural section. It regularly reports on environmental issues, feminism, grassroots democracy, minority communities, progressive ideals and the media. Weinstein was the publication's founding editor and publisher; its current editor and publisher is Joel Bleifuss. As of 2011, it had a circulation of over 18,000. As a nonprofit organization, the magazine is financed through subscriptions and donations.

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