Is the future of conservatism “national?”

Source: EconLog
by Alberto Mingardi

“Arnold Kling has an excellent Substack post on the National Conservative Conference. I also recommend this piece by Nate Hochmann. My takeaway from both is that national conservatives may have a point in claiming that ‘all of the energy, all of the excitement, all of the intellectual innovation is on our side.’ … They are certainly growing in visibility. Yet one can still wonder, as Hochmann and Kling do, what they stand for. Arnold proposes to consider national conservatism as ’20th century conservatism minus fiscal responsibility plus class warfare rhetoric.'” (11/22/21)