Press: New Life for Ms. Magazine

The voice of feminism speaks again -- without ads

Ms. magazine was one of the milestones, as well as a chief booster, on the march of feminism in the '70s and '80s. But as feminism won more and more victories, Ms. allowed itself to become predictable and boring, losing the interest of both readers and advertisers. Eight months ago, it stopped publishing. Now Ms. is back, with a livelier appearance and a distinction rare in the magazine business: it does not accept or run ads. Arriving in subscribers' mailboxes this week is a revivified bimonthly that stresses the latest in feminist analysis and activism and that has a look resembling...

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