Home Articles Culture, High & Low Warren Oates, Constitutional Anarchist ArticlesCulture, High & LowUncategorized Warren Oates, Constitutional Anarchist By Bill Kauffman - August 17, 2009 5 Reading Time: < 1 Facebook Twitter Email Print From The American Conservative—you really should subscribe, you know—my piece (www.amconmag.com/article/2009/sep/01/00050/) on the great Kentucky actor Warren Oates. RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Culture, High & Low Warnings Heeded and Unheeded: A Review of Live Not by Lies Culture, High & Low Brass Spittoon: Ken Myers on Three Decades (almost) of Mars Hill Audio The Barbershop Bring Me My Bow of Burning Gold: Micturition and Its Discontents Culture, High & Low An Artistic Ecosystem: A Review of Makoto Fujimura’s Culture Care The Feed Store Dying Properly—like a Dumb Ass (A Dispatch) The Barbershop Still Singin’ 5 COMMENTS Bill, thanks for this. And, now a whole mess of Warren Oates films to order from Netflixs. I feel cheated. I was hoping to learn more about constitutional anarchism. Reticulator — pick up a Kauffman book–any one of ’em. You’ll learn all you need to know. Kudos to Kauffman for giving Oates and the film “The Hired Hand” the credit both deserve. Like a lot of good actors of his generation, his face was a landscape and everyman….quite unlike many of the more shallow and one dimensional pretty-boy actors of this day. He was imperfect and ragged…a physical heir of the Dark and Bloody Ground that spawned him. Yes! I came across that description of his – and my own – politics in Compos’ wonderful book Warren Oates: A Wild Life. Makes me love Warren even more. Comments are closed.