Thursday, October 26, 2006

A good critique of Andrew Sullivan's The Conservative Soul

By Geoff Arnold:
The great social and political leaps of imagination and courage did not spring from conservatism, and it’s silly to pretend otherwise. Yet in Sullivan’s world view, liberalism is squeezed out: it’s either an economic aspect of conservatism (in the spirit of The Economist, perhaps), or a barely-restrained flavour of socialism.
Via Andrew Sullivan's own blog on

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