It is not easy to argue that Richard Nixon's election marks a revival of Republican fortunes. While he need not apologize for entering the White...

Superficially the initial months of the Nixon administration can be interpreted as something of a relief from the exaggerated fears and dismal visions of the...

Nostalgic Ideology The Conservative Tradition in America. by Allen Guttmann. Oxford University Press. 214 pp. $6.00. A literary study of the conservative tradition in America sounds like a useful...

GOP Prospects The Republican Establishment. by Stephen Hess and David S. Broder. Harper & Row. 416 pp. $7.95. It is just conceivable, come January of 1969, that the nation...

After the Fall The Goldwater Caper. by Richard H. Rovere. Harcourt, Brace & World. 182 pp. $3.95. The Agony of the G.O.P.: 1964. by Robert D. Novak. Macmillan. 469 pp. $6.95. The...

Now that the Republican party has been overwhelmingly repudiated for its secession from contemporary American society, and the efforts of reconstructing it have begun, there...

Shortly after the Last election, William F. Buckley, Jr., in his syndicated newspaper column, urged his fellow “conservatives” to “consider the fate of the Socialist...

Goldwater: An English View The Conscience of a Conservative. by Barry Goldwater. Macfadden. 127 pp. paperback, $.50. Why Not Victory? by Barry Goldwater. Macfadden. 131 pp. paperback, $.60. Senator Goldwater's nomination as...

While talking to Senator Goldwater in September 1963—questioning him, arguing with him, sizing him up—I could not banish from my mind the memory of a...

How to Carry New York Order of Battle: A Republican's Call to Reason. by Jacob K. Javits. Atheneum. 328 pp. $5.95. Jacob Javits's Republicanism has confounded his constituents since...

Visions and Revisions The Conservative Enemy: A Program for Radical Reform in the Sixties. by C. A. R. Crosland. Schocken Books. 251 pp. $435. C. A. R. Crosland, a...

When a writer of Hans J. Morgenthau’s standing assembles three stout volumes of essays,1 published over the past quarter century, he places the reviewer before...