The Pen Is Mightier

September 1981
National Review;9/4/1981, Vol. 33 Issue 17, p1002
The article presents information on the quarterly "Democracy: A Journal of Political Renewal and Radical Change." As its subtitle suggests, the quarterly journal by the Common Good Foundation deal with the political and government-related issues. It is being touted as an engine for liberal and somehow, radical regrouping. In its first volume, it largely criticized U.S. President Ronald Reagan and his administration. The journal, which costs $4 an issue, is sponsored by Max Palevsky and edited by Sheldon S. Wolin.


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