America's Centennial Begins

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April 14 Podcast

With its April 14, 2008 issue, America begins its 100th year of publication. On this week's podcast, editor Drew Christiansen, S.J. discusses the magazine's long history, how much has changed since 1909, and how much remains the same. Joining him are acting publisher James Martin, S.J., and James Keane, S.J., who along with Jim McDermott, S.J., will be editing a series of historical pieces for the centennial year. Listen to this episode

With its April 14, 2008 issue, America begins its 100th year of publication. On this week's podcast, editor Drew Christiansen, S.J. discusses the magazine's long history, how much has changed since 1909, and how much remains the same. Joining him are acting publisher James Martin, S.J., and James Keane, S.J., who along with Jim McDermott, S.J., will be editing a series of historical pieces for the centennial year. Listen to this episode

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