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The North American High Tory Tradition - Ron Dart, with a Foreword by Jonathan M. Paquette

A significant struggle began in the year 1776 over the fate of a continent, and there are those who believe that this struggle ended in the year 1783, with the ancient ways of the Old World being given over entirely to those of a New. Is it true, however, that the end of what has been called The First American Civil War saw the complete victory of the republican way, and the banishment of the older Tory tradition from these shores? The North American High Tory Tradition tells another story, one in which a different vision for life in North America emerges from the cold of the True North where its flame has been kept burning until the present day. George Grant (1918-1988), the most influential High Tory intellectual of the 20th century, warned us in his Lament for a Nation of the collision course which lies ahead for these two different North Americas-that embodied in the Dominion of the North, and that in the Republic to its South. Is the disappearance of the Tory alternative an inevitable fate to our future as North Americans? In The North American High Tory Tradition Ron Dart shines light upon the classical lineage, deep wisdom and enduring nature of the High Tory tradition as it has been planted and grown in the soil of North America, and in doing so reveals how Canada may serve as a north star to lead North Americans to a different destiny than that planned for them by a certain few in 1776.

Our Southern Nation: Its Origin and Future - Michael O. Cushman

Our Southern Nation: Its Origin and Future explores the place of the Southern people in their broader civilisational context from the perspective of the Southern nationalist tradition itself. It interprets from a pro-Southern perspective the best of present academic scholarship documenting the spread of classical civilisational patterns through an intercontinental network across the South Atlantic and into North America and tells the story of the appearance in the American South of the upper-most arm of a multinational plantation-based society centred around the West Indies and stretching southward to Brazil. Our Southern Nation looks deeply at the question of how these roots outside of the Anglo-American tradition produced a unique nation in that portion of North America known as Dixie, and the fundamental connections between these non-American origins and the distinctive cultural, religious and political traits that have become a part of what makes Southerners a particular people in the ethnic sense. It further examines how international cultural connections accompanied with one-time prevailing sentiments regarding Southern identity led to the vision of the centrality of a West Indies-based societal sphere in the vision of The Golden Circle within Southern politics during the nineteenth century. In conclusion, it presents a picture of how through embracing its own classical inheritance and political visions which have been passed down within the Southern tradition, contemporary Southern nationalism is poised to move the Southern people to an entirely different place in relation to the other nations of the world than the one it occupies now: Our Southern Nation contains a positive vision of a future in which the South is once again a free and thriving power in the Western world.

Titles currently in preparation for publication:

The Other North America: Traditions and Identities - Edited by D. H. Graham

Now, in the dawn of the 21st century, the continent of North America is overshadowed by the idea of America, yet, to what degree are the realities of being North American actually defined by the imaginations and aspirations of a certain few in 1776? The Other North America contains a collection of essays by Anglican authors from around the continent that bring attention to the natural identities and classical traditions that when taken together demonstrate the existence of two competing North Americas. There is a vision in which all in what has become the shared English-speaking society of North America are to be forcibly conformed to the proposition of the American, the pursuit of which has already led to the violent conflicts of 1812 and 1861-1865. Within the Anglican tradition is to be found an ethical alternative, one which seeks to understand the positive differences among North Americans, and to live in harmony with those realities, rather than to eliminate them by integrating all into a universal ideal. The continued presence of another North America in the shadows, as explored in The Other North America, brings into doubt whether the ultimate fate of every North American will be their reduction to an American ideal, or whether instead of such a fate, a deeper understanding as to what it means to exist as a North American will emerge.

The High Tory: Essays on Classical Conservatism by a Patriotic Canadian - Gerry T. Neal

The High Tory: Essays on Classical Conservatism by a Patriotic Canadian is an edited collection of old and new essays on subjects ranging from philosophy, politics, theology, culture and patriotism by Canadian High Tory and traditionalist Anglican writer Gerry T. Neal. Formally trained in the discipline of theology, since 2010 Gerry T. Neal has self-published essays on a range of subjects from the High Tory-High Anglican point of view on a website entitled Throne, Altar, Liberty-The High Tory represents the best of his public writings in a single volume.

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