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In 2011 the journal announced plans to give its archives from 1945 to 1995 to the Harry Ransom Center at the University of Texas at Austin. Currently, Commentary prints letters to the editor that comment on various articles three issues earlier.Is Commentary Magazine Good?
Commentary Magazine is very well written, with almost all stories favoring the right; however, they oppose the former Trump Administration’s brand of Conservatism and usually properly source their information.Who owns Commentary magazine?
The magazine is owned by Commentary Inc., a nonprofit that serves as the publisher. Revenue is derived from print advertising, donations, and subscription fees. In review, Commentary Magazine publishes original news and opinion pieces that favor neoconservatives and are typically pro-Israel. They also produce several Podcasts per week.Who is the editor of commentary?
Neal Kozodoy, at Commentary since 1966, was editor between 1995 and January 2009; he is the magazine's current editor-at-large. Since January 2009 the journal has been edited by John Podhoretz, Norman's son.