Buchanan’s last book declares an antipathy to one aspect of ‘‘conservatism’’ as he identified it—namely, conservatism’s defense of hierarchy in social relations. Buchanan’s anti-hierarchy stance owes something to the rural populist background of his early years. That stance also explains something about his professional and individual personality: his contentment to remain at non-elitist institutions; his preparedness to challenge establishment thinking on the nature and role of...[Show more]
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