Sunday, December 12, 2010

The American version of conservatism
There are basically three approaches: one roots conservatism in the specific circumstances – the class structures and institutions – of Europe’s ancien régime; a second attaches conservatism to natural law or some other transcendent concept; and a third, which Samuelson finds most analytically useful, considers conservatism as a positional ideology remade by new radicalisms as they emerge.
From Tory Anarchist.

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