Perspectives U.S.A.

Perspectives U.S.A. was a magazine published in the United States in the 1960s and 1970s. Founded in 1962 by the historian Walter LaFeber and the journalist James Finn, Perspectives U.S.A. aimed to provide a platform for progressive viewpoints on domestic and international issues.Image:perspectives-usa-sample-cover

The magazine covered a wide range of topics, including civil rights, American foreign policy, and the Vietnam War. Perspectives U.S.A. also featured contributions from a diverse range of writers and thinkers, including Noam Chomsky, Angela Davis, and Frances Fox Piven.

One of the defining features of Perspectives U.S.A. was its commitment to promoting dialogue and debate across ideological and political divides. The magazine frequently featured articles and essays that challenged conventional wisdom and sought to encourage critical thinking and engagement with complex issues.

Despite its ambitious goals, Perspectives U.S.A. struggled financially throughout its existence. The magazine ceased publication in 1978, but its legacy continues to influence progressive thought and activism in the United States.{{Categories}}

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