A Reader Confuses A Young Conservative With An Old One
November 17, 2011, 02:38 AM
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Re: James Kirkpatrick’s Is "Conservatism" Enough? Russell Pearce's Defeat And The Future Of "The Movement" 

From: An Anonymous Reader, [Email him] addressed to James Kirkpatrick:

Right on!  Are you the JK of the Richmond paper? I thought he was deceased.

James Fulford writes: This is not, oddly enough, the only letter we got making this mistake. You're thinking of James Jackson Kilpatrick, (not Kirkpatrick) known to his friends as Kilpo.

VDARE.com has discussed him  here, That Martin Luther King Memorial: “Free At Last”—Or Flash Mobs? and Histories (And Obituaries) Are Written By Victors: The Case Of James J. Kilpatrick

He died in August 2010, in  his 90th year. His anti-integration book the Sovereign  States | Notes of a Citizen of Virginia, originally published by Henry Regnery Company, Chicago, 1957, is now online for free.

The author of the Russell Pearce piece and  Diversity Is Strength! It's Also The End Of Southern Civility… And The South is a young man, one of the new generation of conservatives.