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It is the duty of every man, when engaged in a great cause, to humble himself to ask for assistance. So it is with National Review. We stand up for many old and true things that go in and out of fashion, and those things have rarely faced such a coordinated assault on so many fronts as they do today. You can stand with us by donating to our summer webathon.
National Review does many different things: contribute to policy debates, cover elections and political scandals, debate the big ideas of conservatism, comment on cultural works high and low, and of course, have fun doing it all. Nothing, however, is more central to our mission to “stand athwart history, yelling Stop” than a defense of the permanent things, the proven and hard-won traditions of the United States of America and of Western civilization. In setting out that mission back in 1955, William F. Buckley Jr. warned:
Instead of covetously consolidating its premises, the United States seems tormented by its tradition of fixed postulates having to do with the meaning of existence, with the