Appeared in Vol. 6 No. 2
Recent Issue of Modern Age (Winter, 1980) Includes the texts of five addresses read at last year’s national meeting of the Philadelphia society. Both the journal and the society are by now venerable institutions of post-war american conservatism, leading outlets of resistance to the liberalism which has dominated american politics since the New deal. the extraordinary interest of these ve papers is that each treats, in an exclusively conservative forum, this political movement’s most serious and persistent internal problem: the divergence between traditional conservatives and libertarians.
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