What conservatism needs now are reflective reactionaries who react to the right problems in the right way.
There are lessons to be learned everywhere, not just from the older prophets on the now dead and gone Old Right, but also from the Old Left
The English tradition from which classical conservatism came did not start with Burke, for Burke was a proponent of the older developments of English theorist John Selden.
Even if modern man has been almost completely severed from his past he is hopeless unless he first rediscovers avenues of continuity.
In the coming repudiation of the Western postwar progressive economic and political order, the Austrians have an enduring relevance.
If traditional conservatism is making a revival, it must not be a mere reaction to the presentism of the modern age.
It is equally important to find both good things to defend, and to defend them with character.