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Kesler on Huntington


Claremont has re-posted Charles Kesler’s provocative take on the late Samuel Huntington’s book Who Are We? An excerpt:

Unfortunately, his Anglo-Protestant culturalism, like any merely cultural conservatism, is no match for its liberal opponents. He persists in thinking of liberals as devotees of the old American creed who push its universal principles too far, who rely on reason to the exclusion of a strong national culture. When they abjured individualism and natural rights decades ago, however, liberals broke with that creed, and did so proudly.


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