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Chase Brush

Chase Brush is the Managing Editor at American Heritage. He joined the magazine's staff in 2019 as an Assistant Editor, when he was a fellow with the Poynter Institute, a yearlong leadership program for early-career journalists, during which he helped grow American Heritage's social media presence and revamp its subscriber newsletters. 

As a multimedia journalist, Brush's work has appeared in publications like The New York Observer, The Kathmandu Post, and Outside Magazine. He obtained his MA from the Graduate School of Journalism at CUNY and his BA in philosophy from Rutgers University.


Articles by this Author

"I Am A Man", Spring 2021 | Vol. 66, No. 3
An exhibit now touring the U.S. highlights the Civil Rights struggles of the 1960s, with a focus on the violence and brutality endured by its participants. 
The newly renovated replica of the historic ship was expected to make a celebratory journey home this summer, but COVID-19 had different plans.
Much of what we know today about the leadership of the Soviet Union and the mindset of the Cold War era is due to the late son of Nikita Khrushchev.
The Army has named ten military bases in honor of men who killed 365,000 U.S. soldiers. Should they be renamed? Or left as they are, since the bases are part of a “Great American Heritage," as President Trump says?


Editor's Note: This month marks the 75th anniversary of the U.S. atomic bombing of Hiroshima and Nagasaki during World War II. To commemorate the occasion, we shared two articles from the American Heritage archives that shed greater light on details surrounding the events. The stories received an…
Editor's Note: Earlier this week, we published an explanatory study of the figures behind 10 U.S. military bases named after Confederate generals. We then turned the question to our readers, asking on Facebook whether they thought--as a growing number of people around the country do--that the bases…