Which Way Right?
The Fight for a Tradition By Edmund Fawcett 544 pp. Princeton University Press. $35.
By Andrew Sullivan
FROM ITS VERY ORIGINS in resistance to revolutionary movements in the late 18th century, conservatism has had two broad contrasting moods. The first is an attachment to the world as it is, and a resistance to too drastic a change in anything. The...
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