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Deborah Chasman is co-editor of Boston Review.
Mid-nineteenth century Americans, according to Stanford University historian Richard White, sought
Joshua Cohen, Deborah Chasman
This issue marks ten years since Deb joined BR as co-editor. There has been much to celebrate. BR
Deborah Chasman, Joshua Cohen
“Every night and every morn / Some to misery are born. / Every morn and every night / Some are born to sweet delight. / Some are born to sweet delight, / Some are born to endless night.”
In this issue, historian Alfred Young raises a striking question about the founding of this
Back in 1991 when Josh first took on Boston Review, he was inspired by Noam Chomsky’s important
On Tuesday, May 31, Syed Saleem Shahzad, the Pakistan bureau chief for Asia Times Online and a
In “Securing Arizona,” Tom Barry paints a bleak picture: harsh immigration laws and fiscal
This fall, Boston Review received a generous gift from the estate of Philip L. Quinn (1940–2004
This is our second new-look issue. It is the same idea, but more: more photos, more color, more ads
Much about Boston Review has changed since it was first published 35 years ago. The only constant
In her lead article, Marcia Angell expresses concern about the state of American medicine. Angell
The 2009 bank bailouts turned government intervention in the market into a flashpoint for public
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