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For Writers: Upcoming Issue Theme

APRIL 25, 2013 by THE FREEMAN

We’d like to start giving potential writers a brief heads up on upcoming issues. This may be a kind of spoiler for people who like our issues to be a surprise. If so, stop reading now.

An upcoming issue for us will be themed “power.” We’re looking for pieces on themes like:
 

  • crony capitalism
  • the rise of the police state
  • unchecked, unaccountable elites
  • the psychology of power
  • decentralization of power

If you like power, which is to say, if this sort of thing is in your wheelhouse, send pitches or pieces to our managing editor at editor@fee.org. Keep in mind we'd like the writing to be accessible and non-academic, so that it appeals to a wide audience, particularly young adults.

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