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William C. DennisThirty years after his death, Frank S. Meyer remains one of the most interesting and thoughtful defenders of American freedom. It was Meyer's insight (developed with all the force of his colorful personality) that in the American context the seemingly contradictory positions of classical liberalism, with its emphasis on liberty, and traditional conservatism, with its concern for virtue, were not only reconcilable, but dependent on each other. This fusionist position needs to be studied again by each generation of American conservatives.
— editor of the Liberty Fund edition of In Defense of Freedom and Related Essays