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Reason is dedicated to the exploration, celebration, and defense of “Free Minds and Free Markets.” Founded as a monthly print magazine in 1968, Reason seeks to provide a compelling and distinctively libertarian alternative to conventional right-wing and left-wing thought. Through a continuously updated mix of features, commentary, news reporting, podcasts, and original videos, we champion a world of expanding choice–in lifestyles, personal identities, consumer goods, work arrangements, and more–and explore the necessary policies and preconditions for such a world. Our readership is 89 percent male/11 percent female for print and 80 percent male/20 percent female online; the median household income is $115k print/$89k online; the median age of our print readers is 51 and the median age for web readers is 39.

Executive Editor: Katherine Mangu-Ward

Art Director: Joanna Andreasson

Publisher: Mike Alissi

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CPR LifeLinks Implementation Toolkit, What it Takes to Save a Life
Annually, more than 250,000 people experience out-of-hospital cardiac arrest and only 10% survive. Immediate CPR by 911 callers, efficient EMS response and CPR on transport are the most impactful ways to save lives. The DOT’s Office of EMS and National 911 Program together created a toolkit that provides everything a 911 or EMS agency will need to develop or improve CPR programs. Available digitally or to print, the free toolkit features scientific evidence, sample protocols, case studies and training tools. Supplementing the toolkit, a 3.5-minute video was created featuring the family of a young boy saved due to 911 CPR instructions. It highlights the purpose of the toolkit by capturing the emotional story through multiple points of view - parents, telecommunicator & first responder. It quickly impacted the public safety community, generating interest in the publication. Shortly after its 2019 release, it was featured in plenary sessions at 911 and EMS conferences, shared in city council meetings encouraging cities to mandate CPR training, and recirculated by media.
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Reason Magazine, Hong Kong Protesters Want Democracy, Accountability, Autonomy, and U.S. Support
Reason is dedicated to the exploration, celebration, and defense of "Free Minds and Free Markets." Founded as a monthly print magazine in 1968, Reason seeks to provide a compelling and distinctively libertarian alternative to conventional right-wing and left-wing thought. Through a continuously updated mix of features, commentary, news reporting, podcasts, and original videos, we champion a world of expanding choice--in lifestyles, personal identities, consumer goods, work arrangements, and more--and explore the necessary policies and preconditions for such a world. Our readership is 89 percent male/11 percent female for print and 80 percent male/20 percent female online; the median household income is $115k print/$89k online; the median age of our print readers is 51 and the median age for web readers is 39.
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Reason Magazine, How the Drug War Destroyed a Hippie Paradise in Kathmandu
Reason is dedicated to the exploration, celebration, and defense of "Free Minds and Free Markets." Founded as a monthly print magazine in 1968, Reason seeks to provide a compelling and distinctively libertarian alternative to conventional right-wing and left-wing thought. Through a continuously updated mix of features, commentary, news reporting, podcasts, and original videos, we champion a world of expanding choice--in lifestyles, personal identities, consumer goods, work arrangements, and more--and explore the necessary policies and preconditions for such a world. Our readership is 89 percent male/11 percent female for print and 80 percent male/20 percent female online; the median household income is $115k print/$89k online; the median age of our print readers is 51 and the median age for web readers is 39.
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