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TAC for August

A new issue of The American Conservative goes to press today. Don’t miss it — the September-dated issue includes a skeptical look (two pieces by Ted Galen Carpenter and John Laughland) at Americans’ love for global revolutions and protests; Michael P. Farris on what the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child means for your family; takedowns of Ben Bernanke and Lawrence Summers by the Cunning Realist [1] and Dennis Dale; Paul Gottfried’s memoir of his father; Reid Buckley on why higher education produces bad writing; Sean Scallon on what the GOP can learn from Andrew Jackson’s war on the second Bank of the United States (hint: it involves ending the Fed); and much more, including columns by Pat Buchanan, Bill Kauffman, Stuart Reid, and Eve Tushnet [2].

The issue begins arriving in stores in about 10 days, but of course the best way to make sure you get all the goodness that is TAC is to subscribe [3]. And if you enjoy the website, please donate [4] to keep it growing. Even $10 or $20 dollars is a great help.

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#1 Comment By Barney Rebble On July 16, 2009 @ 8:51 am

I am an old guy. At this stage of life, $30 is a big deal. It has take me 4 months to get to where I can give myself permission to spend that $30 on TAC.

Stone age. LOL

There is no way to specify that I DON’T want a printed copy. I called the “800” number, and the nice lady had never heard of the concept. I asked her to look into it.

Got this $30 burning a hole in my pocket. I will check every few days to see if the subscription webpage has been fixed.

#2 Comment By Adam On July 17, 2009 @ 9:07 am

Will the PDF go up on the web site before the weekend? I’d like to print it and read it over the weekend.

#3 Comment By Daniel McCarthy On July 17, 2009 @ 9:35 am

@Adam: I think it’ll be Monday before it’s up, unfortunately.

@Barney: I’ll see if we can implement an on-line only PDF subscription. It’s not too difficult technically, we just have to set up a billing/registration system.