Sir Roger Scruton
New York: All Points Books, 2018
A range of emotions was likely felt among the polarized electorate in the U.S.
It may seem odd to have an American address a gathering of Czech monarchists. Were not the United States born in a revolution against a King? Has not much of our foreign policy for the past century been dedicated to pushing monarchs off their thrones—and keeping them off? How can a patriotic American who claims to love his country possibly favour monarchy?
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