National Review Magazine
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About National Review
Content in the magazine is comprised of shorter articles and longer features, as well as a section titled "Books, Arts & Manners," which covers book reviews, cultural commentary, and social etiquette. Additional sections found in every issue include: "The Week," a recap of notable events; "Athwart," a column that highlights the magazine's conservative ideals; "Poetry," and "Happy Warrior," which features someone undeterred by opposition.
National Review targets Republicans and conservatives who lead or shape opinion--whether by holding office or actively contacting their senators and representatives--on the day's most pressing issues. The magazine's covers feature a mix of full-color photographs or caricatures.
Readers interested in conservative politics and news would enjoy subscription to the National Review.
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I purchased this magazine for my husband. The articles are great.
Seems as though the editor has bent to the whims of Hollywood and excluded the classic genre in favor of highlighting those recently in the tabloids
National Review magazine is great for anyone who values liberty and self reliance above all. Great for conservatives and liberals who want to know what makes us tick.
National Review magazine is by far the best written, smartest current events magazine in the world. If you want to know more than the soundbite and what really happened in the news each fortnight, the National Review is for you. It's not what you think. One of the regular columnists is a former writer for a hit TV series.
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