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The Best of NRO – 2007

While Kathryn Jean Lopez isn’t working round the clock overseeing the world’s premier conservative website, she’s been busy putting together a fantastic collection of the best articles, editorials, and symposia to appear on National Review Online. Covering a range of topics—and nicely segmented into chapters such as At War, Heroes, Partisans, Policy Fights, Immigration, Decline and Fall, Media, People, and Before You Move On—the top-quality softcover’s 240 pages include contributions from a veritable Murderer’s Row (and then some) of leading conservative writers, commentators, and analysts (alphabetically ordered, or course):

Joseph Abrams, Anne Bayefsky, William J. Bennett, Michael Knox Beran, Denis Boyles, Richard Brookhiser, William F. Buckley Jr., Mona Charen, Joseph Dellapenna, John Derbyshire, Jack Dunphy, Mohamed Eljahmi, Jonathan Foreman, Clarke D. Forsythe, Matthew J. Franck, Nancy French, Bootsie Galbraith, Evan Galbraith, Newt Gingrich, Jonah Goldberg, Jeff Greenfield, Victor Davis Hanson, Pete Hegseth, Alistair Horne, Raymond Ibrahim, Laura Ingraham, M. Zuhdi Jasser, David Kahane, Charles R. Kesler, Roger Kimball, Mark Krikorian, Larry Kudlow, Stanley Kurtz, Michael Ledeen, Mark R. Levin, Yuval Levin, Joseph Lieberman, Kathryn Jean Lopez, Rich Lowry, Heather Mac Donald, Frederica Mathewes-Green , Clifford D. May, Andrew C. McCarthy, John J. Miller, Deroy Murdock, Michael J. New, Jay Nordlinger, John O’Sullivan, Mackubin Thomas Owens, Maximilian Pakaluk, Norman Podhoretz, Ramesh Ponnuru, Michael Potemra, Robert Rector, Thomas “Dusty” Rhodes, James S. Robbins, Peter W. Rodman, William A. Rusher, George W. Rutler, Jeanne Safer, Max Schulz, Nina Shea, O. Carter Snead, Ilya Somin, Stephen Spruiell, Jason Lee Steorts, Mark Steyn, Andrew Stuttaford, Peter Suderman, Peter Wehner, Edward Whelan, Louis Wittig, Michael Yon, Byron York

Standing Athwart History 24/7—One Year in the Life of National Review Online, 2007 costs just $19.95 a copy, which includes postage and handling, is available only from the NRO Store—right here. There are only 500 copies available, so order yours promptly.

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