My morning mailbag included this from a reader in Colorado:
I subscribed to TAC, and I have to say that it’s probably the best money on a subscription I’ve spent, other than paying for daily access to a couple news organizations I check virtually hourly. I’ve benefited greatly from reading stuff that’s outside the traditional Wall Street Journal, establishment-type of conservatism.
The reader’s remarks prefaced a request for some reading suggestions to explore further the traditionalist forms of conservatism — the Kirk/Weaver/Nisbet stream of conservative American thought. I love this. I really do. Through reading TAC, this young conservative in Colorado is opening the doors for himself to neglected treasures of American conservatism, and learning that the mainstream Right does not define what it means to be a conservative.
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