On Conservatism

T.S. Eliot: Culture and Anarchy

By James Matthew Wilson ● Imaginative Conservative ● 02/26/2018


If we take a careful look at T.S. Eliot, we shall see a born conservative, attached to certain austere traditions of previous ages, and yet one who saw clearly that those traditions had worn thin—they had grown conventional and insincere because no one had bothered to establish convincingly why they were important…

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