Who We Are

WHAT IS IM—1776 ?

An online magazine of philosophy, cultural, and sociopolitical analysis. Among other things, we want to challenge the dead consensus of our time, provide an alternative to reactionary conservatism, and spread awareness of the new strain of post-liberal thinking across the West.

WHAT'S THE VISION ?

To live in a harmonious and peaceful society where dialogue is free from restrictions, a sense of purpose and identity restored, our heritage preserved, and our traditional values once again upheld.

WHAT HAPPENED IN 1776 ?

The US Declaration of Independence was drafted. Although the philosophical orientation at the core of the document is still debated, we believe that in an era where every aspect of our way of being is under attack, the year represents one main pillar of the spirit of Western Civilization — one who has its roots in the Divine, the law of the land, and respect for tradition.

IM ?

Intellect Memento.

Read our mission statement, here.

ABOUT THE ORIGINS

IM—1776 began with an idea by Mark Granza, an Italian freelance writer. Disillusioned with the mainstream conservative movement, Mark decided to turn his blog into an outlet for writers to provide a deeper understanding of our challenges and contribute to the rediscovering of our cultural identity.

WRITE FOR US

We are looking for passionate and talented writers. No previous publishing experience is required. For submissions, send us a pitch or a polished draft with a short bio to:

✉ im1776media@gmail.com

SUPPORT OUR MISSION

Our work and future rely entirely on the generous contributions from the public. If you find what we do valuable, please consider making a donation.

WRITE FOR US

We want to take our readers on a unique journey. We are looking for passionate and talented writers to achieve that. No previous publishing experience is required. For submissions, send Mark a pitch or a polished draft with a short bio to: mark.granza@gmail.com. For any other inquiries:

✉ im1776media@gmail.com

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