Do We Embrace Conservatism as a ‘Reactionary’ Movement?

edmund burke
A painting of Edmund Burke, largely considered to be the philosophical father of modern conservatism.

April 1, 2022

The term “reactionary” is often invoked in the daily exchange of blows that seems to predominate American political theater. The term is scholarly sounding, being used mostly by those on the left who I suspect merely wish to construct more “intellectually sounding” critiques of the conservative, but nevertheless wind up…

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