Reeve, Charles
November 2002
Art Papers Magazine;Nov/Dec2002, Vol. 26 Issue 6, p3
The author reflects on the National Art Examiner magazine's recent financial crisis. He stresses that the unconquerable monetary burden is only an indication of its death. Its 29 years of existence showed its tenacity while it suggests that an extraordinary circumstances like the profound social and economic changes of the last 18 months made an irreparable damage to many nonprofit organizations such as NAE.


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