The New Republic was founded in 1914 as a journal of opinion which seeks to meet the challenge of a new time. For over 100 years, we have championed progressive ideas and challenged popular opinion. Our vision for today revitalizes our founding mission for our new time. The New Republic promotes novel solutions for today’s most critical issues. We don’t lament intractable problems; our journalism debates complex issues, and takes a stance. Our biggest stories are commitments for change.

Today, The New Republic is the voice of creative thinkers, united by a collective desire to challenge the status quo.

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The New Republic is an independent journal of opinion promoting novel solutions to the challenges of our time. Since our founding in 1914, we have championed and advanced progressive ideas in America’s continual exercise of self-improvement. Our vision for the future revitalizes our founding mission for a new time. Through ambitious journalism, trenchant argument, and innovative storytelling, we seek to inspire the next generation of decision makers through conversations in print, online, and in person.