The Passing of Lawrence Auster and the Continued Existence of VIEW FROM THE RIGHT
April 01, 2013, 02:20 PM
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The death of Lawrence Auster has been reported and discussed here on VDARE.COM, see here and here. Auster's View from the Right was one of the two websites (along with VDARE.COM) that I read daily. Lawrence Auster was a great influence on many of us. Larry's ongoing project was to construct a principle-based conservatism based on the multi-leveled nature of our nation and civilization. Reading View from the Right was a truly educational experience. The good thing is that the site is being maintained after Larry's death, with plans to keep it up "as long as the Internet exists".

For readers unfamiliar with Auster's work, I recommend you read this entry by The Thinking Housewife Laura Wood, and then begin browsing on View for the Right's extensive archives. (Click here and go to the right, then scroll down to the search engine.) Auster still has much to say to us about the National Question.

Lawrence Auster's funeral is in Philadelphia at 1pm tomorrow, Tuesday April 2, details here. VDARE.com Editor Peter Brimelow, his wife Lydia and other members of the VDARE.com family will be there.