Daily Archives: September 23, 2020

On The Ambiguity Of Color Politics

On a recent drive I took a couple of days ago to The Dalles, I saw two billboards, one on the way there in the rural hinterlands of Portland and one on the way back, in Eastern Portland itself on … Continue reading

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Book Review: It Takes A Family

It Takes A Family: Conservatism And The Common Good, by Rick Santorum This book was an interesting read in many ways, but it is also an example of the way that politics can often pass a book by, and the … Continue reading

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Book Review: What Is Conservatism?

What Is Conservatism?, edited by Frank S. Meyer This book asks a great and obvious question, and the answer is, unsurprisingly, not very obvious. What is conservatism indeed? On what does it depend? The various essays in this book, which … Continue reading

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Book Review: The Future Of Conservatism

The Future Of Conservatism: Conflict And Consensus In The Post-Reagan Era, edited by Charles W. Dunn This book is a fascinating example of how it is that political works can become both more relevant and less relevant with the course … Continue reading

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