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Browse back issues of The Atlantic from 1857 to present that have appeared on the Web. From September 1995 to the present, the archive is essentially complete, with the exception of a few articles, the online rights to which are held exclusively by the authors. If what you are looking for isn't available here, you may find it in our premium archive, which includes over a century of Atlantic articles.

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  • December 1995

    Paul Gagnon, “What Should Children Learn?”; Kathleen McAuliffe, “The Undiscovered World of Thomas Edison”; Matthew Dallek, “The Conservative 1960s”; David Bornstein, “The Barefoot Bank With Cheek”; and much more.

  • November 1995

    Harvey Cox, “The Warring Visions of the Religious Right”; Eric Schlosser, “In the Strawberry Fields”; Steven Lagerfeld, “What Main Street Could Learn From the Mall”; Michael Finkel, “The World's Toughest Competition”; and much more.

  • October 1995

  • September 1995

    George McKenna, “On Abortion: A Lincolnian Position”; Nicholas Lemann, “The Great Sorting”; Cait Murphy, “Ulysses in Chinese”; Barbara Dafoe Whitehead, “The Moral State of Marriage”; and much more.

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