To Be, or Not to Be, a “Conservative”?

A friend recently referred me to this essay by the inimitable G. K. Chesterton. Reviewing a book called Conservatism, Chesterton explores the question: “What is a conservative?” He begins by questioning conservatism’s very existence. G. K.’s doubts stem from recognizing “one of the great mistakes of modern controversy: the duty of writing round a wordContinue reading “To Be, or Not to Be, a “Conservative”?”