Willmoore Kendall: Maverick of American Conservatives
Willmoore Kendall: Maverick of American Conservatives provides the first book-length study of a man long regarded as a founding father of American intellectual conservatism. This edited collection brings together a diverse range of perspectives on Kendall's life and work and places the post-World War II political theorist in the context of modern American conservatism. Far from providing a monolithic view of Kendall's thought, the contributions illuminate an unconventional, often contradictory, thinker. The book traces the development of Kendall's body of political thought from his early years in Oxford, through his work on John Locke, to the later speculation that produced The Basic Symbols of the American Political Tradition, and analyzes the influence of Leo Strauss on his later work. Including, for the first time in print, the complete correspondence between Kendall and Strauss that significantly shaped Kendall's later work, Willmoore Kendall is a vital contribution to American intellectual history.
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THE PLACE OF WILLMOORE KENDALL IN AMERICAN CONSERVATISM
WILLMOORE KENDALL AND THE DOCTRINE OF MAJORITY RULE
THE EVOLUTION OF WILLMOORE KENDALLS POLITICAL THOUGHT
ON THE CALHOUNISM OF WILLMOORE KENDALL
THE MISSING PASSAGE OF THE VANDERBILT LECTURES
WILLMOORE KENDALL AND LEO STRAUSS
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