To understand the nationalist populism that has upended politics in America and Europe we have to understand the spiritual issues at stake. The postwar consensus that sought to weaken men's oldest and strongest attachments is breaking down as the "strong gods" nationalism and religion among them reassert themselves. R. R. Reno considers the new form of conservatism that this historical moment requires.
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About the Author
R. R. Reno, the editor of First Things, America’s leading journal of religion and public life, grew up in Maryland and attended Haverford College. After earning his doctorate in religious studies from Yale, he taught theology at Creighton University for twenty years. His previous books include Resurrecting the Idea of a Christian Society, In the Ruins of the Church, Fighting the Noonday Devil, and various scholarly works. He lives with his wife in New York City.