Jerry Z. Muller is Professor Emeritus of History at The Catholic University of America.
== Quotes ==
The distinction between conservatism and radical conservatism is in part a matter o belief and temperament, in part a matter of experience. In interwar Europe, many erstwhile radical conservatives supported fascist regimes, whether out of conviction or circumstance, before frequently becoming disillusioned with the radical regimes they had supported. After the defeat of the Axis powers some of the most acute conservative analysis and critique stemmed from those who had been radical conservatives but now saw no plausible alternative to the liberal democratic welfare state.
Conservatism: An Anthology of Social and Political Thought from David Hume to the Present. Princeton University Press. 2020. p. 30. ISBN 978-0-691-21311-8.
== External links ==
Jerry Z. Muller's profile at The Catholic University of America.
Jerry Z. Muller at Google Sholar