Q&A with Katrina Vanden Heuvel
The interview took place in the Pace University studio in New York City.
Katrina Vanden Heuvel was interviewed about the mission of the liberal magazine The Nation and her philosophy as publisher. Topics included the degeneration of political debate, media conglomerates, the line between news and entertainment, U.S. policy in Iraq, and the 2008 presidential campaign. She also talked about her family and about the influences in her younger years.
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