Magazine August 14, 2017, Issue

The Week

(Roman Genn)

‐ George Romero, 1940 –2017. Rest in peace — please.

‐ The New York Times has revealed that, in June 2016, Donald Trump Jr. got an e-mail from Rob Goldstone, a publicist friend, offering Russian info that would “incriminate Hillary” Clinton. The e-mail said this information was being offered as part of the Russian government’s support for the Trump campaign. “If it’s what you say I love it,” Trump Jr. replied. A meeting took place between Trump Jr., Jared Kushner, then–campaign chairman Paul Manafort, Goldstone, and a gaggle of dodgy Russkies with Kremlin contacts. The revelation heightens the suspicions around the

NR Editors includes members of the editorial staff of the National Review magazine and website.

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Books, Arts & Manners

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The Radical

Long after Henry David Thoreau’s death in 1862, Walt Whitman praised him for his “lawlessness — his dissent — his going his own absolute road let hell blaze all it chooses.”

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The Week

The Week

‐ George Romero, 1940 –2017. Rest in peace — please. ‐ The New York Times has revealed that, in June 2016, Donald Trump Jr. got an e-mail from Rob Goldstone, a ...
Politics & Policy

Poetry

THE CUSP OF SUMMER Geese in skies are on the wing. The pointed flock, triangle-shaped, Announce with honks the start of spring When tall green trees are softly draped. Trumpeting starts off everything Once more. Black ...
Letters

Letters

A Bleak Future for Wage Growth Robert VerBruggen’s “conundrum” about wage-growth stalling (“A Wage-Growth Conundrum,” July 31) clears up when you realize that the categories of capital, labor, and productivity as ...

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