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In response to Re: Santorum

On the cover of the new issue (September 11, 2017), Roman Genn takes some liberties with Our Gang to make a provocative point, syncing with Kevin Williamson’s lead essay, “The ‘N’ Word,” which reveals his interview with that Richard Spencer. Also in the issue: Michael Lind gets his E pluribus unum on and makes the case for cultural nationalism, Kyle Smith slams the Left’s monument jihad, Beatles aficionado James Rosen visits the Abbey Road studio, and so much more. Don’t you subscribe already to National Review? Because if you did right now you could be accessing your digital subscription.

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