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  RAND | Commentary | Atlantic Monthly and RAND View the Future
The July/August 2003 issue of The Atlantic Monthly Magazine features a compilation of ten short essays written by experts at RAND, collectively titled “Headlines Over the Horizon.” The RAND authors examined developments in international and military affairs drawing little attention today that are expected to be major issues in the next three to five years.
The Atlantic Monthly has turned to RAND for insight and analysis of several key international issues.
The Atlantic Monthly is a journal of literature, politics, science, and the arts, and today maintains a circulation of 465,000.
www.rand.org /news/atlantic.html   (580 words)

  The Atlantic Monthly Magazine at the Mag Rack and Review
At its founding in 1857, Atlantic Magazine's charter was to bring to its readers the best in "literature, politics, science and the arts." For nearly 150 years it has managed to do just that.
Subscribers to Atlantic Monthly look forward each issue to feature in-depth articles on current events, trends, and more.
The Atlantic Monthly is not a news magazine as much as it is an information source that records events in the context of history.
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 Atlantic, 148-year institution, leaving city - The Boston Globe
David Bradley, owner of The Atlantic, said there was "no happy news" for Boston in the decision to relocate the magazine.
The Atlantic, one of America's most celebrated magazines and a Boston institution since 1857, announced yesterday it will move to its parent company's headquarters in Washington, D.C., next year as a cost-cutting measure.
The Atlantic, which this week won a prestigious National Magazine Award for fiction, has had an influence far beyond its circulation of 355,000.
www.boston.com /news/local/massachusetts/articles/2005/04/15/atlantic_148_year_institution_leaving_city   (890 words)

 The Atlantic Online | Archive
The Atlantic Monthly archive is operated in conjunction with ProQuest Company and contains material which is derived in whole or in part from The Atlantic Monthly and other sources and is protected by international copyright, trademark and other intellectual property laws.
The Atlantic Monthly Group does not warrant that the functions contained in the materials will be uninterrupted or error-free, that defects will be corrected, or that this site, or the server that makes it available, are free of viruses or other harmful components.
The Atlantic Monthly Group does not warrant or make any representations regarding the use or the results of the use of the materials in this site or in third-party sites in terms of their correctness, accuracy, timeliness, reliability or otherwise.
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 William H. Calvin, "The Great Climate Flip-flop," THE ATLANTIC MONTHLY (January 1998)
This is the cover story for the January 1998 issue of The Atlantic Monthly, third in their series on the 21st Century.
Such a conveyor is needed because the Atlantic is saltier than the Pacific (the Pacific has twice as much water with which to dilute the salt carried in from rivers).
One is diminished wind chill, when winds aren't as strong as usual, or as cold, or as dry — as is the case in the Labrador Sea during the North Atlantic Oscillation.
williamcalvin.com /1990s/1998AtlanticClimate.htm   (6832 words)

 The Atlantic Magazine - Politics - News & Events - MagazineTerminal.com
Atlantic Monthly Magazine will place readers at the very epicenter of contemporary issues, and it also features the very best in fiction, travel, food and humor.
Atlantic is a thoughtful news and literary magazine that focuses on politics, foreign affairs, economics, arts events, and personalities.
The Atlantic Monthly Magazine has been a voice for the literate reader interested in the world around them for two centuries, and has won more National Magazine Awards than any other monthly magazine.
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 Atlantic Monthly St. James Encyclopedia of Pop Culture - Find Articles
Throughout its history, the Atlantic Monthly has attempted to reconcile its distrust of the masses, or the "mob," to whom it has not wanted to pander, with its need to appeal to a broad spectrum of readers in order to stay financially afloat.
As the twentieth century dawned, the Atlantic Monthly was known as a conservative, even reactionary magazine that defensively tried to promote the values of a by-gone elitist literary and cultural tradition in the face of social upheavals like immigration and the birth of a consumer mass culture.
The Atlantic Monthly's strategy for maintaining its influence has been to lead the nation's discussions of politics, literature,; and the arts, publishing the writings of leading thinkers and writers.
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 Atlantic Monthly to Move Down the Coast to D.C. (washingtonpost.com)
It has been nearly 150 years since the Atlantic Monthly magazine was born, its first offices located in Boston's Old Corner Bookstore.
The Atlantic has been in the hole for nearly 40 years, he says.
There's a bit of irony in the Atlantic's move: The Old Corner Bookstore's address in Boston was on Washington Street.
www.washingtonpost.com /wp-dyn/articles/A54880-2005Apr14.html   (0 words)

 William H. Calvin, "The Great Climate Flip-flop," THE ATLANTIC MONTHLY (January 1998)
This is the cover story for the January 1998 issue of The Atlantic Monthly, third in their series on the 21st Century.
I hope never to see a failure of the northernmost loop of the North Atlantic Current, because the result would be a population crash that would take much of civilization with it, all within a decade.
Such a conveyor is needed because the Atlantic is saltier than the Pacific (the Pacific has twice as much water with which to dilute the salt carried in from rivers).
www.williamcalvin.com /1990s/1998AtlanticClimate.htm   (0 words)

 Powell's Books - Review-a-Day - Powells.com Book Review-a-Day from The Atlantic Monthly
This review first ran in the Atlantic Monthly, May 1903.] It was only a century ago, as everybody remembers, that literary sucklings were nurtured on the Bible, Pilgrim's Progress, Paradise Lost, and Fox's Book of Martyrs.
This review first ran in the Atlantic Monthly, March 1958.] If the day should come that I walk into the classroom, unfurl my opening lecture on Joyce; and find at the end of the hour that I had as well been talking about Alfred Lord Tennyson, I shall not be unduly surprised.
Atlantic Monthly places you at the leading edge of contemporary issues — plus the very best in fiction, poetry, travel, food and humor.
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 Unsolicited advice for the Atlantic's new editor. - By Jack Shafer - Slate Magazine
No decision in the Bradley universe is too important or so trivial that it can't be studied, researched, analyzed, and ultimately postponed, tabled, and deferred in favor of a new round of study, research, and analysis.
So, one of the tasks awaiting Bennet will be telling Bradley that his approach to running a magazine devoted to narrative journalism is flawed and having a good retort when Bradley answers that the same system netted him $142 million when his company went public in the late 1990s.
In 2004, Shafer threw stink bombs at the Atlantic's "State of the Union" package and saluted all the vanity moguls.
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 The Atlantic Online | Archive
The Atlantic Monthly archive includes the text of articles from November, 1857 - December, 1963 and from October, 1992 - present.
The Atlantic Monthly is unable to offer content from the magazine during that time frame due to copyright issues.
This is necessary to view PDF files, which is the format of many of the articles in the database.
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 The Atlantic Online
The short, sad life of Breece D'J Pancake, whose writings in The Atlantic brought to life the dissipated Appalachian world in which he was raised.
Read and listen to four of Ryan's poems that originally appeared in The Atlantic: "Hailstorm" (2003), "Among English Verbs" (1998), "This Life" (1993), and "Emptiness" (1993).
In 2001, The Atlantic ran Studs Terkel's interview with Mamie Mobley, Till's mother, in which she talked about seeing her son's body for the first time.
www.theatlantic.com /index.htm   (0 words)

 The Atlantic Online
Atlantic@Aspen: Atlantic editors James Bennet, Clive Crook, and Ross Douthat blog from the Aspen Ideas Festival.
Atlantic senior editor Corby Kummer offers some cutting-edge insights.
One month after Henry David Thoreau's death from tuberculosis, the Atlantic published “Walking,” one of his most famous essays, which extolled the virtues of immersing oneself in nature.
www.theatlantic.com   (716 words)

 Flak Magazine: The July/August Atlantic Monthly, 07-15-02
Istvan Banyai that appear throughout the magazine, the current Atlantic is, hands down, one of the best single issues of a monthly magazine to appear in recent memory.
Langewiesche, a solid writer and former pilot, is the perfect example of the sort of correspondent the Atlantic excels in promoting — naturally talented, an outsider who began his relationship with the magazine by submitting two unsolicited pieces on Algeria in 1991.
But the Atlantic — and the July/August issue in particular — is a sharp, broadly engaging magazine, the sort we should have more of, the sort of magazine others should strive to emulate.
www.flakmag.com /misc/atlantic.html   (894 words)

 Action: 'Atlantic Monthly' is now in the mail
Response: Adam Cohen, circulation for Atlantic Monthly in New York, said he is sorry you had such a problem with your renewal.
In the meantime, he is sending you all the issues from 2001 and extended your subscription, at no charge, through December 2003.
You mentioned that you were unable to contact the magazine's subscription department because you could not find a copy of Atlantic Monthly at your local supermarket.
www.sptimes.com /News/103001/Action/_Atlantic_Monthly__is.shtml   (784 words)

 The Atlantic Monthly   (Site not responding. Last check: )
After Harper's vicious assault on Israel last month, it is a welcome treat to read the November edition of The Atlantic Monthly.
A second Atlantic story, written by P.J. O'Rourke, reports on "Zion's Vital Signs," and his journey "through modern Israel, where terrorism has been a fact of ordinary life for decades -- and where ordinary life defeats terrorism." O'Rourke's article is witty, irreverent, and good-spirited.
For its bold stories that run counter to conventional reporting, we are proud to present this month's HonestReporting Award to the editors and writers of The Atlantic Monthly.
www.honestreporting.com /articles/critiques/The_Atlantic_Monthly.asp   (1002 words)

 "The Washington Monthly College Guide " by The Editors
Schools that are similar in size, prestige, and endowment end up in very different places on The Washington Monthly College Rankings, largely because of decisions they have made about how to prioritize their resources or focus their energies.
Succeeding on the Washington Monthly ranking (and succeeding at serving the country) is within the reach of most schools.
The Washington Monthly 1319 F Street N.W. Washington DC.
www.washingtonmonthly.com /features/2005/0509.collegeguide.html?tr=y&auid=1058971   (2178 words)

 Bennet Named Atlantic Editor   (Site not responding. Last check: )
The Atlantic Monthly tapped New York Times reporter James Bennet to become editor in chief.
Bennet is the first editor in chief of Atlantic Monthly since Michael Kelly stepped down from the post in 2002 (a year later, Kelly was killed on assignment in Iraq).
Not to mention the fact – of particular relevance to the Atlantic - that at the Times he was one of the paper’s finest long-form writers.”
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 The New York Times > Business > Media & Advertising > Atlantic Monthly Leaving Boston in Move to Washington
David G. Bradley, who bought The Atlantic Monthly for $10 million in 1999, hopes for an "intellectual atmosphere" in the nation's capital.
ASHINGTON, April 14 - The Atlantic Monthly, a pillar of Boston's intellectual and cultural life since its founding there in 1857, is being moved to Washington as its owner seeks to control costs and centralize his editorial operations.
In 1999, when David G. Bradley bought The Atlantic, one of the nation's most prestigious magazines, for $10 million from Mortimer B. Zuckerman, the wealthy real estate developer, he introduced himself to the staff then as "the man who is not moving The Atlantic to Washington."
www.nytimes.com /2005/04/15/business/media/15mag.html?ex=1271217600&en=62f94435715958db&ei=5090&partner=rssuserland&emc=rss   (844 words)

 DNK Amazon Store :: Letters from the Dust Bowl
Her articles on the Dust Bowl first began appearing in "Atlantic Monthly" in 1931, drawing the woes of American farmers into the public eye.
Her correspondence and articles, which date from 1908 to 1966, offers insight into the daily struggle to put food on the table, and her descriptions of the dust storms that covered the Plains are unforgettable.
Her views on Oklahoma farm life were disseminated across the country both in her columns for "Ladies' World," and her "Letters from the Dustbowl," were published in "Atlantic Monthly." In selecting material for this book, Turner told me that he had twice as many columns and letters than would fit.
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 USATODAY.com - The Atlantic Monthly ends monthly fiction features   (Site not responding. Last check: )
BOSTON (AP) — Journalism is edging out fiction at The Atlantic Monthly magazine, which during its nearly 150-year history has published short stories by Henry James, Mark Twain and Ernest Hemingway.
In a note to readers in the May issue, The Atlantic's editors said they will no longer run a short story in every issue but will produce an annual fiction issue in August that will be available in print form on newsstands and online to subscribers.
The fiction issue will be edited by C. Michael Curtis, who has been on The Atlantic's staff for four decades.
www.usatoday.com /money/media/2005-04-06-atlanticmonthly_x.htm?csp=34   (231 words)

 The Atlantic Monthly   (Site not responding. Last check: )
The original article may be available in libraries or directly from the Washington Monthly.
“Damaged Culture” was published in the November, 1987 issue of the Atlantic Monthly.
The original article may be found in libraries or directly from the Atlantic.
www.jamesfallows.com /atlantic_monthly.htm   (464 words)

 Atlantic Monthly: When North Korea Falls - Council on Foreign Relations
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In this Atlantic Monthly article, Robert Kaplan says the likely winner will be China.
www.cfr.org /publication/12076/atlantic_monthly.html   (273 words)

 Democracy Now! | Twilight of the Assassins: Why the U.S. Refuses to Prosecute the Cuban Exiles Luis Posada Carriles ...
Her latest article for The Atlantic Monthly is called “Twilight of the Assassins.” In addition to Luis Posada Carriles, Bardach also interviews Orlando Bosch.
Her new piece in the Atlantic Monthly is called “Twilight of the Assassins.” In addition to interviewing Luis Posada Carriles and Orlando Bosch, Bardach will be talking about the whole situation of right now Luis Posada being held in a detention facility in Texas, not for terrorism, but for immigration charges.
And we called the FBI for comment, when we were going to press, and I spoke to their spokesperson, and she says in the Atlantic Monthly piece that, “Look, you know, when we close a case, you know, we’re very overcrowded in that room, and we have to make room.” Now, we’re talking about paperwork.
www.democracynow.org /article.pl?sid=06/10/10/1355231   (3771 words)

 Amazon.com: The Atlantic: Magazines   (Site not responding. Last check: )
It is written mainly by senior journalists (so it's less scholarly) and its monthly focus allows it to disentangle itself from the relative "sameness" of every week's news.
If you want to enrich your view of the world with a quality monthly, if you are open-minded and are willing to read new points of view, if you want to get closer to the real issues behind foreign and economic policy, the AM is for you.
The Atlantic is a classic cultural, political and literary voice of America.
www.amazon.com /The-Atlantic/dp/B00007987Y   (1496 words)

 Pursuits & Retreats
Marshall Jon Fisher attests that tennis is at its best when the racket is the traditional size—and made of wood.
Atlantic writings pay tribute to the exhilarating heights and seedy depths of horse racing.
Atlantic staff editor Timothy Lavin runs with the bulls in Pamplona and lives to tell the tale.
www.theatlantic.com /food   (0 words)

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