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A Reader Confuses A Young Conservative With An Old One
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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.