The Nation's editor since 1995 and publisher since 2005. Her weblog for thenation.com is "Editor's Cut"
· Co-editor of Vyi i Myi, a Russian-language feminist newsletter.
· Recipient of Planned Parenthood's Maggie Award for her article, "Right-to-Lifers Hit Russia." The special issue she conceived and edited, "Gorbachev's Soviet Union," was awarded New York University's 1988 Olive Branch Award.
· Received awards for public service from numerous groups, including The Liberty Hill Foundation, The Correctional Association and The Association for American-Russian Women.
· In 2003, she received the New York Civil Liberties Union's Callaway Prize for the Defense of the Right of Privacy.
· Recipient of The American-Arab Anti-discrimination Committee's 2003 "Voices of Peace" award.
Member of The Council on Foreign Relations, and she also serves on the board of The Institute for Women's Policy Research, The Institute for Policy Studies, The World Policy Institute, The Correctional Association of New York and The Franklin and Eleanor Roosevelt Institute.
Co-editor of Taking Back America--And Taking Down The Radical Right (2004) and, most recently, editor of The Dictionary of Republicanisms, (2005); Co-editor (with Stephen F. Cohen) of Voices of Glasnost: Interviews with Gorbachev's Reformers (1989) and editor of The Nation: 1865-1990, and the collection A Just Response: The Nation on Terrorism, Democracy and September 11, 2001.
Summa cum laude graduate of Princeton University
She lives in New York City with her husband and daughter.
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