Remember when conservatives used to be antiwar, opposed centralized power, and actually wanted to eliminate government agencies rather than just take them over? Yes, such people once existed. Robert Nisbet, whom you’ll never hear mentioned on right-wing radio, but who was one of the great thinkers of that tradition, was one of them. I resurrect him — not literally, so don’t get your hopes up — in this episode.
Twilight of Authority, by Robert Nisbet
The Quest for Community, by Robert Nisbet
Conservatism: Dream and Reality, by Robert Nisbet
The Conservative Intellectual Movement in America Since 1945, by George Nash
Real Dissent: A Libertarian Sets Fire to the Index Card of Allowable Opinion, by Tom Woods
Ep. 1340 Conservatives and Libertarians: Natural Allies?
The Contra Cruise!
Join Bob and Tom as they set sail for Alaska, July 5-12, 2019!
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