On Conservatism

The long retreat through institutions

By Chilton Williamson, Jr. ● Chronicles Magazine ● 01/11/2018


Twenty-sixteen was the year when American liberals confidently expected to consolidate the quiet political and cultural revolution they had been conducting for decades in the coming national elections.

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