Washington, D.C.—It is always cause for celebration when a new book from Claremont Institute staff is released.
So, we are especially pleased to inform friends and followers that Up from Conservatism: Revitalizing the Right After a Generation of Decay, edited by Arthur Milikh, the executive director of the Center for the American Way of Life, is now ready for purchase, both in print and digitally.
It is no secret that the conservative establishment consensus of the past generation has broken down. They have not slowed, let alone stopped, the Left’s rolling revolutions in nearly every sector of American society—from classrooms to boardrooms, from the military to the culture at large.
The Left has successfully transformed the nation over the past few generations, racking up victory after victory, with no clear end in sight.
“The Right will be engulfed by the Left’s imperious expansion into all institutions and opinions unless it rethinks its political strategy and intellectual approach to the fundamental questions which will define the future of the country, like race, men and women, sexuality, religion, the economy, foreign policy, and other major issues,” said Arthur Milikh. “This collection of essays, written by some of the most interesting thinkers on the New Right, is an invitation to rethink our positions and goals.”
Along with Arthur Milikh, please enjoy contributions from Michael Anton, Richard Hanania, Carson Holloway, John Fonte, David Azerrad, Helen Andrews, Scott Yenor, Joshua Mitchell, Aaron Renn, David Goldman, Matthew Peterson, James Poulos, Theo Wold, Robert Delahunty, Jesse Merriam, Jeremy Carl, Eric Kauffman, and Roger Kimball.
To purchase a copy of Up from Conservatism: Revitalizing the Right After a Generation of Decay click HERE.