The National Review Archive (1955-present)

Search and display the full text of leading journal of opinion since its inception in 1955 by William F. Buckley Jr. The National Review consistently provides insightful and unique coverage of political, economic, social, and cultural issues and trends. With its hallmarks of style, wit, and intelligence, National Review does much more than merely render facts and commentary; it clarifies the real causes, principles, and philosophies underlying today’s and tomorrow’s most important issues.

Advertisements

6 responses to “The National Review Archive (1955-present)

  1. I am interested in subscribing to the National Review archives 1955 to the present

    • Hi, John
      The National Review archives and other library-subscribed databases are licensed for use only by members of the Carnegie Mellon University community. Temporary permission to use databases in-house can be obtained by registering with photo ID at the circulation desk in any CMU library.

      Cindy Carroll
      Dean’s Office
      University Libraries

  2. Your search just stated there are there are no results for Whittaker Chambers , and a second one said the same for Ayn Rand. Yet another source nearby gave me both in 1957, Chambers reviewing Atlas Shrugged. with several other related sources. Why does you site give me so little, that is, NOTHING? The other site was near yours whem I googled National Review Archives . Matt @ mattnmar@gwi.net

  3. NRO Archives got me all this; yoursite got me nothing Why?
    Big Sister Is Watching You – Whittaker Chambers – National Review …
    Oct 12, 2007 – Whittaker Chambers writes on NRO: Several years ago, Miss Ayn Rand wrote The Fountainhead. Despite a generally poor press, it is said to …
    http://www.nationalreview.com/articles/222482/big-sister-watching…/flashback
    Ayn Rand and Whittaker Chambers, Cont’d – By Richard M. Reinsch …
    Aug 25, 2010 – Richard M. Reinsch writes on NRO: Jason Lee Steorts’s interesting response to my comments elucidates the rationale for the modern separation …
    http://www.nationalreview.com/…/ayn-rand-and-whittaker-chambers-contd-richard-m-reinsch
    Re: Ayn Rand and Whittaker Chambers – By Jason Lee Steorts – The …
    Aug 24, 2010 – Jason Lee Steorts writes on NRO: Many thanks to Richard Reinsch for his comments on my Ayn Rand/Whittaker Chambers piece.
    http://www.nationalreview.com/…/re-ayn-rand-and-whittaker-chambers-jason-steorts
    Big Sister Is Watching You – Whittaker Chambers – National Review …
    Oct 12, 2007 – Whittaker Chambers writes on NRO: Several years ago, Miss Ayn Rand wrote The Fountainhead. Despite a generally poor press, …
    http://www.nationalreview.com/articles/222482/big-sister-watching…/flashback?...
    Ayn Rand and Whittaker Chambers – Jason Lee Steorts – National …
    Aug 24, 2010 – Jason Lee Steorts writes on NRO: In writing “The Greatly Ghastly Rand” for NR’s current print issue, I wanted to evaluate Ayn Rand foremost …
    http://www.nationalreview.com/…/ayn-rand-and-whittaker-chambers-jason-lee-steorts
    Re: Ayn Rand and Whittaker Chambers – By Richard Reinsch – The …
    Aug 24, 2010 – Richard Reinsch writes on NRO: Jason Lee Steorts’s thoughtful essay on Ayn Rand, and his piece evaluating Whittaker Chambers’s famous review …
    http://www.nationalreview.com/…/re-ayn-rand-and-whittaker-chambers-richard-reinsch Thanks.

    • Hi, Matt
      The Internet being what it is, and Google being what it is, it’s impossible to predict or control what displays in Google search results. However, the National Review Archive index that CMU Libraries subscribe to, which yielded no results for you, prompting your complaint, is licensed for access by enrolled students, faculty and staff at Carnegie Mellon University only. As a user who is not affiliated with Carnegie Mellon University, you got no results from the CMU resource, which is a restricted database – but plenty of results from the NRO public web site.

      Cindy Carroll
      Dean’s Office
      University Libraries

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s