Redeeming the Time
Here, Russell Kirk counsels the reader to direct his energies toward cultural renewal. Distilled in these pages are many of the central tenets of Kirk's brand of humane conservatism. Kirk discusses the recovery of real education, the dangers of our current social order, and today's cultural climate in general, and offers hopeful steps toward a restoration of our culture.
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