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In this now classic work, Russell Kirk describes the beliefs and institutions that have nurtured the American soul and commonwealth of the United States. Advertising.
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Russel Kirk (1918-1994) is widely regarded as one of the principal architects of the p ostwar conservative intellectual movement. A columnist, essayist, novelist, historian, and critic, Kirk's best known work is the Conservative Mind: From Burke to Eliot.Review:
"Kirk's book is exactly what people need to read...[he's] made it easy, even pleasurable, for them to do so." -- Esquire
"The Roots of American Order is destined to be accorded a distinctive status...." -- Wall Street Journal
"[A]nyone who wishes to reflect and talk on the topic 'America'...will do himself a favor [to read] Kirk's book." -- Christianity Today
"[T]his is a most impressive affirmation of faith in American ideals and institutions." -- Publishers Weekly
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