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"Kirk is assured a place of prominence in the intellectual histories for ...
"Kirk is assured a place of prominence in the intellectual histories for helping to define the ethical basis of conservatism. He has tried to pull conservatism away from the utilitarian premises of libertarianism, toward which conservatism often veers, toward a philosophy rooted in ethics and culture."
&mdash The Wall Street Journal
"I have been one of your fans since the time many years ago when I read The Conservative Mind."
&mdash Richard Nixon
|The Making of The Conservative Mind|
|Foreword to the Seventh Revised Edition|
|I||The Idea of Conservativism||3|
|II||Burke and the Politics of Prescription||12|
|III||John Adams and Liberty Under Law||71|
|IV||Romantics and Utilitarians||114|
|V||Southern Conservatism: Randolph and Calhoun||150|
|VI||Liberal Conservatives: Macaulay, Cooper, Tocqueville||185|
|VII||Transitional Conservatism: New England Sketches||225|
|VIII||Conservatism with Imagination: Disraeli and Newman||260|
|IX||Legal and Historical Conservatism: A Time of Foreboding||298|
|X||Conservatism Frustrated: America, 1865-1918||337|
|XI||English Conservatism Adrift: The Twentieth Century||375|
|XII||Critical Conservatism: Babbitt, More, Santayana||415|
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