Two things are interesting when one rereads the great Russell Kirk, author of the seminal The Conservative Mind, which proved that conservatives had one: (1.) how comments he made nearly half a century ago remain current; and (2.) the startling degree to which the observations of middle-aged Russell Kirk resemble those of young Martin Luther King.
Articles By: Malcolm A. Kline
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