It Happens Every Spring

Wheeler, Timothy J.
May 1977
National Review;5/13/1977, Vol. 29 Issue 18, p548
The article focuses on the 13th annual meeting of the Philadelphia Society. The purpose of these forums is not to promote activism but to braid together the strands of conservative thought and to deepen philosophical understanding. In the morning session one of the speakers Stephen Tonsor discussed about the present state of the conservative movement in the U.S. The luncheon speaker, Robert Moss, an expert on Soviet expansionism in Africa, spoke about the lowered guard in the West. In the afternoon meeting speaker Frank Shakespeare on the communications explosion.


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