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.

Search by year:
  • December 2000

    December 2000

    William Langewiesche, “The Million-Dollar Nose”; Carl Elliott, “A New Way to Be Mad”; Barbara Ferry and Debbie Nathan, “Mistaken Identity? The Case of New Mexico's 'Hidden Jews'”; Stephen Budiansky, “The Physics of Gridlock”; and much more.

  • November 2000

    November 2000

    Barbara Wallraff, “What Global Language?”; Robert D. Kaplan, “Where Europe Vanishes”; Jeff Tietz, “In the Event of Flight”; Christopher Caldwell, “The Crescent and the Tricolor”; and much more.

  • October 2000

    October 2000

    Alan Wolfe, “The Opening of the Evangelical Mind”; Matthew Miller, “Health Care: A Bolt of Civic Hope”; Jon Cohen, “The Hunt for the Origin of AIDS”; James Fallows, “Saving Salmon, or Seattle?”; and much more.

  • September 2000

    September 2000

    Charles C. Mann, “The Heavenly Jukebox”; Robert D. Kaplan, “The Lawless Frontier”; Stephen Zanichkowsky, “Fourteen”; Gregg Easterbrook, “Green Surprise?”; and much more.

  • August 2000

    August 2000

    Valerie Martin, “Being Saint Francis”; Michael Joseph Gross, “The Queen Is Dead”; Peter Schrag, “'High Stakes Are for Tomatoes'”; Francis Davis on Charlie Hayden; and much more.

  • July 2000

    July 2000

    James Fallows, “An Acquired Taste”; Daniel Sarewitz and Roger Pielke Jr., “Breaking the Global-Warming Gridlock”; Cullen Murphy, “Outtakes”; Bill McKibben, “The World Streaming In”; and much more.

  • June 2000

    June 2000

    Alston Chase, “Harvard and the Making of the Unabomber”; Joel Rogers and Ruy Teixeira, “America's Forgotten Majority”; Larry Levinger, “The Prophet Faulkner”; Thomas Mallon, “A New Social Type Is Born”; and much more.

  • May 2000

    May 2000

    Christina Hoff Sommers, “The War Against Boys”; Douglas L. Wilson, “Keeping Lincoln's Secrets”; Alexandra Robbins, “George W., Knight of Eulogia”; Sheldon M. Stern, “What JFK Really Said”; and much more.

  • April 2000

    April 2000

    Vladimir Nabokov, “Nabokov's Butterflies”; Charles Trueheart, “A New Kind of Justice”; Chuck Sudetic, “The Reluctant Gendarme”; David Rieff, “Midnight in Sarajevo”; and much more.

  • March 2000

    March 2000

    Eyal Press and Jennifer Washburn, “The Kept University”; J. Bottum, “The Soundtracking of America”; Jim Myers, “Notes on the Murder of Thirty of My Neighbors”; Chitra Divakaruni, “Uncertain Objects of Desire”; and much more.

  • February 2000

    February 2000

    D. D. Guttenplan, “The Holocaust on Trial”; Debbie Bookchin and Jim Schumacher, “The Virus and the Vaccine”; James Fallows, “Inside the Leviathan”; Trevor Corson, “China's Blue-Collar Blues”; and much more.

  • January 2000

    January 2000

    Marc K. Stengel, “The Diffusionists Have Landed”; Rick Bass, “A Winter's Tale”; Michael Joseph Gross, “The Trials of Tribulation”; David Schiff, “Who Was That Masked Composer?”; and much more.

Subscribe to The Atlantic and support 160 years of independent journalism.