Texas Wesleyan Law Review
This article grew out of my ongoing attempt to understand conservative ideology. Thinking about the topic for the 2006 Gloucester conference, I remembered William F. Buckley, Jr.'s Up from Liberalism (1959) and simultaneously thought of a function on my Adobe Photoshop, the "Flip." (The "Flip" produces a mirror image of your photo, either vertically or horizontally.) It struck me that Buckley's Up from Liberalism equated liberalism with slavery. In it, he describes the conservative as a slave to liberal hegemony: liberal society is an "engine for the imposition of liberal orthodoxy." In an essay," Why Don't We Complain," (1961, reprinted in Miles Gone By), he describes the situation of the American citizen as one of helplessness...
Tex. Wesleyan L. Rev.
Available at: https://doi.org/10.37419/TWLR.V13.I2.19