The American Review - New American Review

A literary magazine in paperback book format, and initially published and distributed as a book by New American Library, entitled New American Review debuted in 1967; in 1973, after changing publishers, the title was eventually reduced to American Review. It ceased publication in 1977.

Authors whose work was published in New/American Review included E. L. Doctorow, Ralph Ellison, Philip Roth, G√ľnter Grass, Ian McEwan, Woody Allen, Max Apple, William Gass, and Norman Mailer.

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    I believe that the miseries consequent on the manufacture and sale of intoxicating liquors are so great as imperiously to command the attention of all dedicated lives; and that while the abolition of American slavery was numerically first, the abolition of the liquor traffic is not morally second.
    Elizabeth Stuart Phelps (1844–1911)