Bradley J. Birzer
An intellectual biography of Russell Kirk (1918–1994), this book offers the first full examination of his life and thought as it developed over the course of the twentieth century. As almost all would agree, Kirk served as the father of postwar conservatism, but he did so in a way that promoted the superiority of culture above politics. His conservatism attempted to save the best of the Western and humane ... Read more
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