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Frank Meyer Links:

    Libertarianism and Libertinism? (Frank S. Meyer, 1969, National Review)
    -ESSAY: Lincoln Without Rhetoric (Frank S. Meyer, August 24, 1965, National Review) -LETTER: FAIL-SAFE, &c. (Frank S. Meyer, April 2, 1964, The New York Review of Books) -AUDIO: The Voices of Conservatism: Frank S. Meyer: An early precursor to The Philadelphia Society was this Chicago Seminar taped by Don Lipsett for I.S.I., probably in 1963. This conference was attended by Frank Meyer, Richard Weaver, Gerhart Niemeyer, Stanley Parry, M. Stanton Evans, and Don Lipsett who tape recorded the sessions:
*Frank Meyer. Meyer in this 3.05 minute excerpt critically discusses Russell Kirk's use of John Milton in the priority of virtue over freedom.
*Frank Meyer. Meyer stresses the primacy of the individual person over Society.
*Richard Weaver asks Frank Meyer about churches and schools; Meyer responds.
    -ESSAY: FRANK MEYER AND SYDNEY HOOK (Murray Rothbard, January 1991)
    -ESSAY: Pat Buchanan: Once right, now wrong (David Keene, 10/02/02, The Hill)
    -REVIEW: of Principles and Heresies: Frank S. Meyer and the Shaping of the American Conservative Movement By Kevin J. Smant and James Burnham and the Struggle for the World: A Life By Daniel Kelly (Joshua Muravchik, American Enterprise)
    -REVIEW: of Principles and Heresies (Ramesh Ponnuru, National Review)
    -REVIEW: of Principles and Heresies: Frank S. Meyer and the Shaping of the American Conservative Movement By Kevin J. Smant and James Burnham and the Struggle for the World: A Life By Daniel Kelly(ARNOLD BEICHMAN, Washington Times)
    -REVIEW: of Principles and Heresies: Frank S. Meyer and the Shaping of the American Conservative Movement By Kevin J. Smant (Ryan McMaken, LewRockwell.com)

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