Great news! The Library now has access to The Nation Archive, a database containing the complete archive of The Nation, America’s oldest weekly magazine.
Since its creation in 1865, The Nation has been considered one of America’s “premier journals of opinion” for social commentary in the areas of politics, culture, books, news, arts, and literature.
Past contributors to The Nation have included Ralph Nader, Hunter Thompson, Martin Luther King Jr., Albert Einstein, Eleanor Roosevelt, Emma Goldman, Jean-Paul Sartre, Sylvia Plath, and Henry James – just to name a handful.
The Nation Archive will be of interest to students and scholars in a wide range of disciplines including Political Science, History, Sociology, and English.
The Nation Archive includes full-text access from the magazine’s first issue in 1865 up to the present. It is accessible through the Library’s Research Databases page under “N” in the "Browse Research Databases by Title" section.
For more information, contact:
Librarian for History and Political Science