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Can conservatives embrace the arts?

27 July 2022

1:00 PM

27 July 2022

1:00 PM

Conservative political thought’s fractured history and philosophical developments should make for compelling artworks and literature. However, the Right is often perceived as the enemy of both the artists and writers, who predominantly fall under the Left’s protection.

Conservative political commentator Douglas Murray’s article Publishing is a left-wing bubble notes that those on the Left vastly outnumber those on the Right in the publishing industry.

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