The conscience of a Conservative

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Victor Pub. Co., 1960 - United States - 123 pages
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Barry Goldwater on state rights, Civil Rights Movement, farm supports, right to work, high taxes, welfare state, federal aid to education, and Cold War.

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Review: The Conscience of a Conservative

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Since Mrs. Clinton was a Goldwater Girl when she enrolled in college, I couldn't write Hillary Clinton's Village without exploring Conscience of a Conservative . Compact and concise, you can finish ... Read full review

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Goldwater's ideas are sound for the most part. He puts forward his reasoning for being a Conservative, which basically hinges on an inherent freedom to keep decision making and contributions to ... Read full review

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Section 1
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Section 2
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Section 3
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