A fairly coherent Right still exists in America—and it needs help, not a re-founding.
David B. Frisk
Many in the Sixties Generation voted for Nixon; a surprising number weren’t demanding a presidential candidate who was “one of them.”
Liberal Dems didn’t trust the Dixiecrats while conservative Republicans didn’t trust the GOP elite. Now we know how consequential these feelings have been.
David B. Frisk is a resident fellow at the Alexander Hamilton Institute for the Study of Western Civilization and the author of If Not Us, Who? William Rusher, National Review, and the Conservative Movement (ISI Books, 2012).