One-Year Subscription to The Atlantic, Harper's, and Reason Magazines (Up to 51% Off)

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Stay up-to-date on the latest in American and world politics and events with in-depth reporting from these investigative magazines

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The Deal

  • One-year subscription (10 issues) to The Atlantic magazine ($14.97 value)
  • One-year subscription (11 issues) to Reason magazine ($24.50 value)
  • One-year subscription (12 issues) to Harper’s magazine ($45.99 value)

The Atlantic

Since its original publication in 1857, The Atlantic’s moderate political think pieces and cultural analyses have made it a fixture of American intellectual discourse. With well-known writers like Ta-Nehisi Coates, David Frum, and Rebecca J. Rosen, the magazine has tackled in-depth explorations of American race politics, features on nutrition and public health, and profiles of entrepreneurs to provide highly focused snapshots of current events from the East Coast to the West.

Reason

For nearly five decades, Reason has served as the voice of thoughtful libertarianism, defying the normal left-and-right political discourse to support free speech and free markets. Each issue comes packed with unique looks at current events in politics, culture, and law, including interviews with newsmakers such as Edward Snowden. Over its run, the magazine’s approach has garnered fans such as Dave Barry, Christopher Hitchens, Steve Forbes, and Grover Norquist.

Harper’s

As the oldest continuously published monthly magazine in the United States, Harper’s has been helping drive the national conversation surrounding politics, current events, technology, and society at large. Since the beginning, the focus has been on original, thought-provoking writing from such luminaries as Mark Twain and David Foster Wallace. For its groundbreaking work, including coverage of Thomas Edison’s workshop, the crusade for women’s rights, and Seymour Hersch’s account of the My Lai Massacre, Harper’s has won 19 National Magazine Awards, among other literary honors.

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