". . . it is indisputable that a revolution is impossible without a revolutionary situation."
People often ask why I attack the GOP and the conservative movement so much. Why not focus on the Democratic Party and the inexorably advancing armies of modern liberalism? I am reminded of an exchange between Eric Voegelin, the German-American political philosopher, and George Nash, the chronicler of conservatism, recorded by Paul Gottfried in the Augu…
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