A CONSERVATISM OF HOPE
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ROOTED IN IMAGINATIVE CONSERVATISM
Virtue in Addison’s Cato
Aeneas emerged from the flaming ruins of Troy with his father on his back, his son at his side, and his hope in the prophecy of Rome. Bearing his household gods across the sea, he founded...
A Very Cato Christmas
Gary L. Gregg II
Now well into the third century since our nation's birth, imaginative conservatives can't help but wonder where we might be in the life of the Republic. It is instructive to note that when our Founders were preparing to...
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