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Babbitt, Eliot, Kirk“Modern society cannot endure—and its survival is immediately in question—without discussion among thinking men.”

So said Russell Kirk, American Conservatism’s premier thinker, sixty years ago. Dr. Kirk’s insight still rings true today. In an age when acerbic sound bytes dominate our political discourse and when most journals offer fleeting, unserious commentary on the issues of the day, there is a greater need than ever for a thoughtful journal that presents timeless essays on the best of current, conservative thought.

The Imaginative Conservative is that journal. Here we offer reasoned and reflective essays on issues of politics, economics, culture, and liberal learning, written by some of the greatest minds of both the present and the past. We strive to preserve the best of what Western Civilization has produced in terms of man’s political, philosophical, and economic thought and artistic achievement.

Since The Imaginative Conservative’s inception five years ago, our essays have been read more than six million times. We have published 3,700 essays by 600 authors, who write from across the United States and the world.

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