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Reactionaries Read: “The Latter-Day Pamphlets” (1850)

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“Reactionaries read The Latter-Day Pamphlets (1850) because  it”s never too late to get it right.” (Thomas Carlyle Club for Young Reactionaries; Radish Magazine)

“Your ship cannot double Cape Horn by its excellent plans of voting. The ship may vote this and that, above deck and below, in the most harmonious exquisitely constitutional manner; the ship, to get round Cape Horn, will find a set of conditions already voted for and fixed with adamantine rigor, by the ancient Elemental Powers, who are entirely careless how you vote.” (Thomas Carlyle)

▪ Republished with permission of the Thomas Carlyle Club for Young Reactionariesand Radish Magazine.

SydneyTrads is the internet portal and communication page of the Sydney Traditionalist Forum: an association of young professionals who form part of the Australian independent right (also known as “dissident right” or “outer right”).

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