Two Adams, Two Foundings

Two Adams, Two Foundings

Charles Kesler’s indictment of the conflicting elements in National Conservatism-between religion and secular rationalism; tradition and Constitutionalism; nationalism in the sense of "shared inheritance as the essence of shared identity and common will" and America’s "exceptional" nationalism-is so compelling as to make any attempt at refutation pointless. I plead guilty on all counts, but with extenuating circumstances. I signed the National Conservatism manifesto in full awareness of its inconsistencies, and would do so again today.

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