Do you enjoy reading our reasoned and reflective essays at The Imaginative Conservative, as we pursue the Good, the True, and the Beautiful? Do you enjoy engaging in discussions of culture, history, politics, and economics, in the tradition of Russell Kirk, Edmund Burke, Richard Weaver, Eric Voegelin, Christopher Dawson, and other leaders of Imaginative Conservatism? Do you believe that the American Republic will only remain free if our people are educated and virtuous?

If so, we would be appreciative if you would spread the word about us by taking any or all of these easy steps:

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We appreciate your support and your enthusiasm in preserving and spreading a conservatism of hope and  joy!

The featured image is “Man sitting in port” by Matti Mattila and is licensed under CC BY-NC-SA 2.0 .

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