A problem well put is half-solved. The reactionary is a man of few words, well-chosen, which cut to the heart of a problem. In the history of ideas there have been works which have laid bare the problems of modernity, and whose elegance has pointed the way to their solution.
Imperium Press' Studies in Reaction series distills the essence of reactionary thought. The series presents in compact format those seminal works which need so few words to say so much about modernity.
Why I Am Not a Liberal
An intimate interview with one of the dissident right's foundational figures, this slim volume is the perfect digest of far right thought.
Jonathan Bowden was a major intellectual force in the London New-Right, a magisterial speaker with an encyclopaedic knowledge of politics both left and right. Surrounded by admirers, in this interview he answers questions on a wide range of topics, and reminds the dissident right of lessons it has forgotten in the years since his untimely death.
The Present Time
“We utter not one word of comment upon these opinions of Thomas Carlyle. They are purely monstrous, and the most elaborate argument would not place their monstrosity more clearly before the reader, than the simple enunciation of them.” (Southern Literary Messenger)