the imaginative conservativeThe Imaginative Conservative‘s mission is to preserve the transcendentals, the “permanent things” that constitute the glory of Western Civilization. Here we offer thoughtful and reflective essays on issues of culture, philosophy, history, politics, economics, the arts, and liberal learning, written by some of the great conservative minds of the present and the past. 

Since The Imaginative Conservative’s inception in 2010, we have published 6,000 essays by 1,100 authors, who write from across the United States and the world. Our work is to share a conservatism of hope, grace, charity, gratitude, and prayer with thoughtful readers around the world. Let us proclaim a passion for the Good, the True, and the Beautiful. Let us be true conservatives, conservators of all that is worthy of conserving. Shouldn’t conservatives rejoice in the grand heritage they’ve inherited to share with the next generation? Will you help us preserve the Good, the True, and the Beautiful?

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