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Newsweek - Premium
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3.5 out of 5
 

Based on 128 reviews

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4 out of 5
Very good source of events.
 

Timely and succinct reporting of current events.

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5 out of 5
 

A variety of subjects are covered in each issue making each magazine a new adventure.

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5 out of 5
Another Valuable Opinion in Print!
 

We really value print-versions of news. Reading online is not an option for many of our older family members. It is catchy, carefully researched, and balanced.

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Detailed, news worthy
 

I have been a Newsweek reader for over thirty years. I have boxes of copies in my attic that covers President Nixon last years in the White House.

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Unbalanced
 

After not subscribing for many years, I tried Newsweek again. It is shamelessley liberal and unbalanced. I can get all that junk from MSNBC. No thanks Newsweek!

 
 

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1 out of 5
The latest issue is a blatant rehash of Fox News talking points
 

I was a bit surprised and taken aback by the inflammatory "The First Gay President" cover story a few weeks ago, but this week's issue crossed the line. "Hit the Road Barack" offers no balanced, qualified criticism of the President's first term but instead attempts to take-down the President with faulty straw man arguments. The article fails to mention the Republican intransigence that prevented or watered down the majority of the Presidents policies, and instead points to tired statistics of the national deficit growing and the tepid jobs recovery. Any college student that's taken Macroeconomics will tell you that you should take those figures with a grain of salt considering we're the world's largest economy digging it's way out of the biggest hole since the great depression. I will be cancelling my subscription immediately and telling anyone who will listen how far "Fox Newsweek" has fallen.

 
 
 

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