The Anti-Reactionary FAQ

Scott Alexander’s Anti-Reactionary FAQ — which, by actually attempting a serious critique of neoreaction, distinguishes itself from the usual point-and-sputter responses and cries of ‘Racist!’ — deserves, and has begun to get, some thoughtful replies from reactionary bloggers. Nick Steves of The Reactivity Place has aggregated some links, here, and Scharlach, of Habitable Worlds, has responded also, here.

A particularly focused response came from Michael Anissimov, here, in which he addresses Scott Alexander’s depiction of the Austrian monarchy as unstable. See also his preliminary response, here.

Visitors are invited to post additional links in the comment thread. Mr. Alexander’s post is substantial enough that it behooves us to collect our responses somewhere for the benefit of curious readers.

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