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The American Magazine of Civics was the most recent name of a journal on political issues published in the New York in the late 19th century.
The American Magazine of Civics began in 1892 as the American Journal of Politics. (Issues published under that name are listed separately.) It changed its name to the American Magazine of Civics in 1895, but continued the volume numbering established by the old title. It ran until 1897, when it was absorbed by Arena magazine.
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