The California Review is a student-run paper at the University of California, San Diego that is dedicated toward the defense and dissemination of Conservative and Classical Liberal ideas. Founded in 1982, our staff is comprised of people from various backgrounds, politically and otherwise. Some of these people would describe themselves as Old Right, New Right, Paleoconservatives, Neoconservatives, Objectivists, Fiscal Conservatives, Social Conservatives, Constitutionalists, Libertarians, Classical Liberals, Voluntaryists and Independents.

The California Review (Restitutor Orbis) was founded on the sunny afternoon of the Seventh day of January, Nineteen Hundred and Eighty-Two, by discipuli cum civitas listening to Respighi and engaging in discourse on preserving the American Way.

“We few, we happy few, for he who picks up this paper today shall be my brother, be he ne’er so vice, this paper will gentle his condition.”

The fine print:
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