Viewpoints (or opinions or editorials) appear mostly in magazines or as columns in newspapers (mostly in the op-ed section).
The Editorial Board of a newspaper writes editorials.
Columnists: newspapers hire staff to write editorials. They are separate from the reporters on staff.
Contributors are guests to the paper. They submit, or are asked to submit by the editors, an opinion piece for publication.
Click on a title and choose a database to search the full text of that magazine for your topic.
|American Prospect||American Conservative|
|In These Times||American Spectator|
|The Nation||Human Events|
|The Progressive||National Review|
|Village Voice||Weekly Standard|
Note: This is a partial list of popular magazines. Other publications not included on this list may have a strong political viewpoint or bias.
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