Tuesday, July 16, 2019

The Conservative Sensibility

Thoughtful. Longtime readers of George Will’s newspaper columns expect his views to be calm, reasoned and thoughtful. He sustains those qualities over the course of more than six hundred pages in his book titled, The Conservative Sensibility. Swimming against a current that distills thoughts to sensational and partisan soundbites, Will lays out principles of conservativism in this book, and a philosophy to which he measures our current state of affairs. He uses Madison, Hamilton and other founders as the touchpoint for his analysis about government. Any reader looking for a greater understanding of what conservatism means will find a persuasive view expressed in this book. I came away from the book with insight about why conservatives want a smaller government and a weaker executive branch. Rating: Five-star (I love it) Click here to purchase The Conservative Sensibility from amazon.com.

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