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Brad Littlejohn

Essays

“A Conservative Revolutionary”
National Affairs, Summer 2022

“The Union of Religion and Justice”
American Reformer, May 31, 2022

“America’s Christian Founding?”
American Reformer, April 26, 2022

“Christians Lead the Way at NatCon Europe”
The American Conservative, March 31, 2022

“Honoring God as a Nation?”
American Reformer, March 7, 2022

“Ahmari Among the Protestants”
American Reformer, February 25, 2022

“An Opportunity Fraught With Peril”
World, January 11, 2022

“Reimagining a Christian America”
American Reformer, December 22, 2021

“A New Agenda for a New Right”
American Reformer, November 23, 2021

“The Good of Nationalism, Pt. III: Is American Nationalism Possible?”
American Reformer, October 13, 2021

“Traditionalist Cosmopolitans”
National Affairs, Fall 2021

“The Good of Nationalism, Part I: Why Christians Should be Nationalists”
American Reformer, August 4, 2021

“How ‘Rights Talk’ Became Fake”
The American Conservative, May 31, 2021

“Who are the Real Radicals?”
The American Conservative, March 4, 2021

“Burkean Economics In The Right-Wing Realignment”
The American Conservative, December 31, 2020

“America Among the Nations: Our Debt to Vattel”
Modern Age, December 9, 2020

“The City on a Hill: Toward a National Conservative Foreign Policy”
Providence, October 14, 2020

“Richard Hooker: A Forgotten Father Of National Conservatism”
The American Conservative, September 23, 2020

“Individual and National Freedom: Toward a New Conservative Fusion”
American Affairs, Fall 2020

“The English Reformation: England’s First Brexit”
American Conservative, January 15, 2020

“A National Conservative Awakening”
Mere Orthodoxy, July 19, 2019