Magazine article The American Prospect

Correspondence

Magazine article The American Prospect

Correspondence

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KUDOS

TO THE EDITORS:

Our hearts sank when you announced that you were going to become a biweekly. It was very difficult for us to keep up with our reading even when you were a quarterly. But after reading Wendy Kaminer's "The Politics of Sanctimony" in your relaunch issue [TAP, November 23, 1999], we have decided to give up tennis, if necessary, in order to make the time to keep up with you.

CAROLYN AND GUS RABSON Haverhill, MA

TO THE EDITORS:

I just wanted to tell you that I deeply appreciate what you are doing. You provide one of the few voices of sanity and reason amidst the cacophony of the voices of greed that surrounds us today. I hope you are right in saying there is a recent resurgence in liberal thought. As a public-sector social worker, I find it important to hear words of hope. Thank you.

GARY MAGNUSON Portland, OR

TO THE EDITORS:

Thank you for bringing out The American Prospect biweekly. I have been a subscriber for more than two years, have extolled the virtues of your journal to my friends in the liberal community, and have purchased several gift subscriptions. I save every issue of TAP, read all the articles, and use a highlighter to underscore sections I want to refer to later.

Which brings me to make a suggestion. While I realize that TAP was trying to convey a certain feeling and evoke certain emotions on the cover of the special election issue, it didn't work for me. TAP now looks more like an issue of AARP. Not that there's anything wrong with AARP, but theirs isn't the format I want to see in my favorite serious periodical. …

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