The Conservative Mind Summary

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The Conservative Mind by Russell Kirk is a book about the criticism and opinion of the conservative thought. Although in the passage he mentions several men like Tocqueville, Hooker, Hegel, and Burke he furthermore appears to leave out countless of other men. Kirk believes that Edmund Burke is the greatest of modern conservative thinkers, he was not afraid to acknowledge what he thought was right, and to go to a further extent he thinks Burke is the founder of our conservatism. Tocqueville is one of the few men who was actually given satisfying props and recognition. The main reason for this was due to the fact that his lasting impact towards the Englishmen and Americans. Hooker was mentioned for the reason being that one can find thorough
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