The conservative movement
Examines the growth of the conservative movement from a small band of dissidents after World War II to the dominant force in American politics in the 1980s. Clearly distinguishes between the old Right, the religious Right, the New Right, libertarians, and neoconservatives.
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The authors provide a short history of the conservative movement in election politics, academia, and publishing since World War II. They describe the positions on economics, foreign policy, and social ... Read full review