Thomas Fleming (political writer)
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Thomas Fleming is a traditionalist Catholic writer, former president of the Rockford Institute, and editor of ''Chronicles: A Magazine of American Culture'', a political commentary periodical, published monthly, and directed at a paleoconservative audience.
Thomas Fleming was awarded a doctorate in Classics from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, completing his dissertation on Attic lyric poetry, and until joining a series of conservative groups, taught Latin at a small, private middle school in South Carolina.〔(Advertisement in Chronicles Magazine )〕 In addition to editing, Fleming writes on topics concerning the literature of pagan Greece as well as political issues.
Fleming was introduced to the paleoconservative public by (Robert W. Whitaker ) of South Carolina in 1982. At that time, he was invited to contribute to Whitaker's book, ''The New Right Papers,''〔Robert W. Whitaker, (''The New Right Papers.'' ) ISBN 0-312-56927-0〕
which put together ways whereby conservative populists could be elected to office through an alliance of people from both parties in the Republican Party. (Whitaker later joined the Reagan administration as a junior member.)
Now a recognized name in the conservative movement of the region where he lived, Fleming became a founding member and board member of the League of the South, from which he later resigned when controversy arose, as well as an affiliated scholar of its educational arm, the League of the South Institute.〔(The League of the South Institute )〕 He was the founding editor of the ''Southern Partisan'' magazine, started in 1979, until he left when controversy arose there as well. In 1985, after the death of author Leopold Tyrmand, Fleming became editor of ''Chronicles Magazine,'' and in 1988 co-wrote ''The Conservative Movement'' with Paul Gottfried.
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