Must liberalism be leveled completely by the New Right, so that a new conservative edifice may emerge from its ruins? Or must the meaning of liberalism be reclaimed for the Right and from the historiographical distortions of the progressive Left? Haivry and Hazony, Deneen, and Legutko appear to answer in the affirmative. However, a compelling alternate view is offered by Spanish philosophy professor and politician Francisco José Contreras.
Spanish MEP Juan Fernando López Aguilar, a member of the Progressive Alliance of Socialists and Democrats (S&D) European parliamentary grouping, on Tuesday submitted a draft report of the proposal to the European Parliament, which if passed, would require all 27 member states to receive migrants in the case of an influx.