MANDEVILLE, LA – EXCLUSIVE AUDIO – Today we have an exclusive, almost HOUR LONG, interview with Winston Elliott III. In the interview Winston and Mike discuss the Humane Economy, why true Conservatives shouldn’t make everything about dollars and cents, and Conservatism vs Republicanism.

(Hear the complete audio here. The essay discussed in the interview is The Humane Economy of Wilhelm Roepke.)

The Imaginative Conservative recommends the following books for further discussion of the issues addressed in this interview:

The Humane Economy by Wilhelm Roepke.
The Essential Russell Kirk (collected essays).
Redeeming the Time by Russell Kirk.

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