Mitt Romney

Special One-Time Offer! Read Reason's Great March 2012 Cover Story on Mitt Romney Right the Hell Now!

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Kiss me, America!

As Reason subscribers know, there is a gap between the moment a new issue lands in the mailbox, and when it becomes available online. This is partly because YOU SHOULD TOTALLY SUBSCRIBE RIGHT NOW IT IS ONLY $14.97 A YEAR WHAT'S WRONG WITH YOU.

For example, our great February special space issue is being rolled out online for the rest of the month of January. (Please do not make a February/January joke here; the magazine-world spits on your "logic.")

What I'm getting at here, is that our March cover story, a great Peter Suderman piece of analytical reporting entitled "Consultant in Chief: Instead of planning to cut government, Mitt Romney is repackaging the same old Republicanism," is being made specially available to all of you, in advance of the mailman, for the price of your valid e-mail address. It is essential reading for anyone trying to figure out just what kind of president Mitt Romney would make. Click here and follow the instructions, and the article will be yours.

You're welcome.

NEXT: Reason Writers at the Movies: Peter Suderman Reviews Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close

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  1. Didn’t you guys write a book or something?

  2. I have received a Special Spending Edition of the mag and a disk with your videos. I have yet to receive an actual issue, however. I haz a sad 🙁

  3. Why buy the cow (magazine) when you can get the milk (content, albeit delayed release) for free?

    Do cosmotarians have difficulty with this concept?

    It’s not in my interest to suggest this, but why not provide links to selected articles as a teaser, and put the rest behind a subscription-only firewall?

    1. The print magazine is nice because you can casually leave old issues in places where people who need to be exposed to it might pick it up.

    2. We’re a mission-based nonprofit, whose mission involves spreading our ideas maximally out there in the world. Paywalls kind of get in the way of that.

      But our subscriptions are holding firm at a time of industry contraction, so there’s still some value people get in seeing the thing all collated & juxtaposed.

  4. So is there a reason why magazines come out a full month before the date on the cover? This has puzzled me for many years.

    1. They do it just to screw with you, Zeb.

  5. I’m curious why you think Libertarians would want to read about yet another interchangeable politician? We already know Mitt’s a waste of space, why waste space on him in the magazine?

    -jcr

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