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National Review is a biweekly conservative political magazine that covers politics, economics, social issues, international issues, and cultural issues. (9/12).
National Review Editors
Richard Lowry, Editor
Michael Potemra, Literary Editor. Reviewers reviewed Christopher Hitchens’ memoir Hitch 22, Nouriel Roubini and Stephen Mihm’s Crisis Economics, and Adam Bellows’ New Threats to Freedom (7/10).
David Pryce-Jones, Senior Editor. Reviewed Simon Montefiore’s Jerusalem (11/11).
John J. Miller, National Correspondent
Robert Costa, Political Reporter
Kevin D Williamson, Roving Correspondent
Anthony Daniels reviewed Mark Steyn’s After America: Get Ready for Armageddon (11/11).
Steven Hayward reviewed Joseph McCartin’s Collision Course (11/11).
Steven Smith reviewed Richard White’s Railroaded: The Transcontinentals and the Making of Modern America (11/11).
Sean Trende reviewed An American Son by Marco Rubio and The Rise of Marco Rubio by Manuel Roig-Franzia (9/12).
National Review Online
Kathryn Jean Lopez, Editor-at-Large, National Review Online
Daniel Foster, News Editor
John Fund, National Affairs Correspondent