Why do socialists ignore the one story in Scripture that depicts real socialism?
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