Complacent Sentries and the Sloth of Roaming Unrest

This essay is an act of thanksgiving, not only a deeply humbling acknowledgment, to two non-Catholics, James Burnham and Whittaker Chambers—both of them long-suffering, wholehearted men —who saw more clear-sightedly and more deeply into the historical reality of the 1950s and early1960s than many professed Catholics of the time, to include many of the leading Ecclesiastics of the day. And they tried to warn us.

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