The Stanford Review

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The Stanford Review
TypeUniversity
FormatStudent-run
Owner(s)The Stanford Review, non-profit corporation
PublisherStanford University
Editor-in-chiefSam Wolfe
Founded1987
Political alignmentconservative and libertarian
HeadquartersStanford University, Stanford, California
Websitestanfordreview.org

The Stanford Review is a student-run newspaper that serves Stanford University in Stanford, California.[1] It was founded in 1987 by Peter Thiel and Norman Book.

History[edit]

By 1987, Jesse Jackson's Rainbow Coalition inspired a group of Stanford students that put forth a set of demands called the Rainbow Agenda.[2] The Stanford Review was founded partly to provide an alternative[clarification needed] viewpoint.[3]

Notable former editors and staffs[edit]

Books written by former editors[edit]

Notable books written by its former editors include:

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