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Oldest, Continuously Running Magazine in the U.S. Takes a Stand on the Gulf Region

Writer and editor Victor Navasky has been with The Nation since 1978. Now the magazine -- a "journal of commentary and dissent" -- is celebrating its 125th anniversary with a new anthology. Navasky talks about the Nation's editorial stand on the Gulf crisis and how the peace movement is responding to events.

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Other segments from the episode on October 25, 1990

Fresh Air with Terry Gross, October 25, 1990: Interview with Victor Navasky; Review of the Vaughan Brothers' album "Family Style"; Interview with Arturo Arias; Review of the film "Tune in Tomorrow."

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