Those who do not regularly read the conservative review Modern Age may be unaware of the revolt against neo-conservatism that has lately broken out in that journal. But the revolt is a fact, and a significant one at that. Modern Age is not just any old conservative rag. Founded in 1957, with Russell Kirk as its first editor, the review has long been an intellectually serious conservative review of culture, religion, literature, history, and politics. Writers in Modern Age have come from every branch of the political and cultural Right, and have included Southern agrarians….