© 2006 Bill Kauffman
"The Little Way. That is what we seek. That -- contrary to the ethic of personal parking spaces, of the dollar-sign god -- is the American way. Dorothy Day kept to that little way, and that is why we honor her. She understood that if small is not beautiful, at least it is always human." p. 39
- The Plain Reader, assorted authors (including Berry)
- Crunchy Cons; The Little Way of Ruthie Leming, Rob Dreher. Like Kauffman, a writer at Front Porch Republic
- Any of Wendell Berry’s works
- Review: "All American Anarchists"
"....this institution of the home is the one anarchist institution. That is to say, it is older than law, and stands outside the State. By its nature it is refreshed or corrupted by indefinable forces of custom or kinship." - G. K. Chesteron, What's Wrong with the World?