Cryptic Crosswords from The Nation
Though known for its fierce polemics and contrarian political voices, one of the most abiding and popular features of The Nation magazine — and something Republicans would consider subscribing to the magazine for — are Frank Lewis' weekly crossword puzzles which have appeared in the magazine since 1947. This new collection of Lewis' work — the first in over a decade — will delight Lewis fans and crossword puzzlers alike with his trademark cryptic, punning and anigram-atic style.
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