Clark Stooksbury has a new post on Sen. Byrd’s recent constitutionalism and opposition to the war in Iraq, as well as making a very gracious earlier reference to Eunomia and William Plumer. (If there is an “expansion team,” can it be called the Jeffersonian Jacobites?) Caleb Stegall cites an excellent quote from Whittaker Chambers and nominates Hugh Latimer for his opposition to the concetration of landed wealth and drafts Herbert Agar for much the same reason. Jeremy Beer remembers the lifelong agrarianism of Andrew Lytle. Dan McCarthy has just written on Neil Young’s new album. There is even more, but I invite readers to go pore over the RR site themselves and soak up as much decentralist localism as they can.
from The American Conservative