Honoring Our Community

April 2015
In These Times;Apr2015, Vol. 39 Issue 4, p5
Academic Journal
In this article, the author appreciates the contribution of several writers and staff in the success of non-profit magazine "In These Times." He mentions how the work of writers such as Rick Perlstein, whose February 2015 cover story on privatization in Chicago, Illinois under Mayor Rahm Emanuel, was appreciated around the web. He further talks about the support of the Rosenstein family, through the Puffin Foundation.


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