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Paleoconservatism of the southern agrarians


  • Rodion Belkovich

    () (National Research University Higher School of Economics)


The emergence of the Tea Party movement in recent years has shown that under the surface of mainstream political life in the USA there exists a different layer of ideas, which cannot be satisfactorily described in terms of the Republican/Democrat dichotomy. These ideas have their origins in the foundation of the American Republic, which owes a lot to ancient and mediaeval political theory. In the twentieth century there was a revival of these ideas in the form of the so-called “paleoconservative” movements which rediscovered their ancient and mediaeval heritage. This paper focuses on one of them, the Southern Agrarian movement, as exemplary of this radical intellectual project

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  • Rodion Belkovich, 2013. "Paleoconservatism of the southern agrarians," HSE Working papers WP BRP 15/LAW/2013, National Research University Higher School of Economics.
  • Handle: RePEc:hig:wpaper:15/law/2013

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    paleoconservatism; southern agrarians; south; slavery; civil war.;

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