The Paleoconservatives: New Voices of the Old Right
Transaction Publishers - Philosophy - 212 pages
"Paleoconservatism" as a concept came into circulation during the 1980s as a rejoinder to the rise of neoconservatism. It signifies a brand of conservatism that rose up in opposition to the New Deal, setting itself against the centralizing trends that define modern politics to champion the republican virtues of self-governance and celebrate the nation's varied and colorful regional cultures. This volume brings together key writings of the major representatives of "Old Right" thought, past and present.
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Life in the Old Right
Taxation is Robbery
The Managers Shift the Locus of Sovereignty
The Question of Tradition
The Importance of Cultural Freedom
Promises to Keep
The AntiHistory of Free Trade Ideology
From Cottage to Work Station And Back Again The Family and Home Education