I enjoy Jacobin, New Politics and n+1. What are you favorite leftist mags?
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Jacobin is also my favorite. The Guardian is great for news in general.
I've always associated the term "rag" with low quality gutter press style publications, like Britain's "Sun" which is somehow the most popular newspaper.I think that the Jacobin is quite good too.
I think that the Jacobin is quite good too.
I say rag with love. But magazines like Jacobin are definitely pushing a particular ideological point of view, which I guess is a different type of fringe then the Sun.