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Critic and literary historian D.G. Myers has posted on his blog a copy of a letter he received from Michael Oakeshott in March 1990.
Oakeshott’s work continues to inspire American conservatives today — at least to the extent of inspiring reprints. Thus the American Conservative recently saw fit to recycle Oakeshott’s 1954 review of an anthology of The Letters of Jacob Burckhardt.
For several years we have known that the 1975 version of Oakeshott’s famous Introduction to Hobbes’s Leviathan has been available for free online, courtesy of Liberty Fund’s Online Library of Liberty. Leslie Marsh has now drawn our attention to the …