Yoram Hazony launched the national conservative movement with his 2018 book The Virtue of Nationalism. In his latest, Conservatism: A Rediscovery, he surveys a version of conservatism that he traces back to John Fortescue and John Selden. This conservatism shares some characteristics with the twentieth-century conservative revival, but Hazony seems to point to a more wholesale return to traditional society than most other versions of conservatism. Is such a revival possible or desirable? Five Law & Liberty contributors consider.
Conservative Nationalist or Fusionist Manqué?
David P. Goldman
Inventing a Conservative Tradition
Will the Prodigal Son Return?
Conservative Democracy Rightly and Wrongly Understood
Daniel J. Mahoney