The Salisbury Review
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Well-read American conservatives make a point to keep up with the best thinkers on the other side of the Atlantic: they read The Salisbury Review, the principal journal of conservative thought in the United Kingdom. Founded by Roger Scruton and published quarterly, The Salisbury Review brings English wit and Burkean wisdom to topics that range from problems with the European Union and the schemes of Laborites, to sympathetic treatment of traditional agrarian communities and an analysis of the culture of decadence. Each fifty-five page, full-size issue carries articles not only by leading statesmen and scholars, but also by men and women in various walks of life whose insight and craft keep alive the tradition of English humane letters represented by Johnson and Burke, Chesterton and Churchill. A generous review section chronicles the best from the world of books, thus allowing readers of the SR to keep abreast of the work of British publishing's finest authors. The Salisbury Review also continues a long tradition of bringing to the attention of the English-speaking world new conservative writing from Central and Eastern Europe.
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