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New Conservative Reading List

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Conservative Heritage Times has released its new Conservative Reading List, listed at:

It includes both books and articles, and favors those of a paleoconservative persuasion. (Paleoconservatism is what conservatism was prior to the rise of the neoconservatives in the 1970s.) Not only does the list display many paleoconservative classics (Peter Brimelow, Pat Buchanan, Thomas Fleming, Sam Francis, and Paul Gottfried) but also contains some philosophical works (Aristotle, Cicero, and Nietzsche) and literature (Edward Abbey and Jean Raspail).


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