NR Bound Volume Summer Sale

by Jack Fowler

We’ve found a couple of boxes, put aside for safe-keepingand then forgotten, with National Review bound volumes from 2006, 2007, and 2008. Each “BV” contains every issue published that year, plus an index.

There are four copies of the 2006 BV, which includes an analysis of the House Republicans’ decline, Mark Steyn’s profile of George Clooney and Hollywood’s moral vanity, conservatism’s post-election crack up, and a special RIP issue on Milton Friedman. Each 2006 BV costs $50, which includes shipping via UPS Ground. Order here.

There are seven copies of the 2007 BV, which includes important essays on conservative strategies related to global warming, Clarence Thomas, the Iraq War, and much more. Each 2007 BV costs $50, which includes shipping via UPS Ground. Order here.

There are seven copies of the 2008 BV, which is particularly special: It includes Jonah’s liberal-fascism issue, the Bill Buckley RIP issue, and numerous Obama cover stories. Each 2007 BV costs $100, which includes shipping via UPS Ground.​ Order here.