Clocking in at 92 Pages...

Over a year in planning, our centennial issue is now finished and in the mail. Kudos to production editor Stephanie Radcliffe for doing much of the heaving lifting. If you’re a subscriber and eager to see the final product, you can download all 92 (!) pages by simply clicking on the cover image on the home page. But be patient: it may take a few minutes. 

This issue marks the beginning of our two-month open house, so even if you’re not a subscriber, you can browse through all of our centennial content by simply registering with our site. (If you’re a subscriber, or have registered in the past, no need to do so again. Just use your existing username and password.)

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Our centennial features include a few notable items on the Web. Click here for an audio podcast with the editors, or view a slideshow tracing our 100 year history. You can also find a pdf copy of our very first issue, or watch a video recounting our founding and the priniciples that guide our work.

Have a look around, and tell your friends and colleagues about our open house. If you’ve been thinking about subscribing to America, now’s the perfect time for a test drive.

Tim Reidy

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