Lunch with Katrina vanden Heuvel Can Be Yours For The Price of a Modest Used Car

How much would you pay for a little face time with Katrina vanden Heuvel, editor and publisher of The Nation?

How much would you pay for a little face time with Katrina vanden Heuvel, editor and publisher of The Nation? What about lunch at the Union Square Café with her?

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Well, if the current bids on The Nation’s First Ever Online Auction are any guide, it’ll cost you upwards of $2,500, but really, according to the description of the item, its estimated value is "priceless."

Other items for sale include a signed copy of Victor Navasky’s A Matter of Opinion and original art by Edward Sorel and George Shreiber.

There’s also an autographed DVD of John Cusack’s Mark Leyner-cowritten movie War, Inc. that’s currently at $80, perfect for that Halliburton-hating, Military-Industrial-Complex dismantler on your Holiday gift list.

Lunch with Katrina vanden Heuvel Can Be Yours For The Price of a Modest Used Car