Richard M. Weaver (1910–1963), one of the leading figures in the post-World War II development of an intellectual, self-conscious conservatism, believed that Southern values of religion, work ethic, and family could provide a defense against the totalitarian nihilism of fascist and communist statism.
George M. Curtis, III, is a Professor of American History at Hanover College.
James J. Thompson, Jr., is the author of three books.
January 1999 | 5-1/2 x 8-1/4 | 288 pages
Foreword, preface, acknowledgments, index.