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At the beginning of the 1990s, conservative commentators have increasingly focused on the growing fragmentation of the American political and intellectual Right. From the early postwar years, when a small band of intellectual dissidents emerged in response to the Soviet threat, to the 1980s and the Reagan years, when the coalition of journalists, politicians, and lobbyists known as the New Right reached the height of its influence, the conservative movement has always been a complex, shifting set of ideologies and factions.
In this revised and updated study, Paul Gottfried provides an insider's look at the factions and controversies, the personalities and ideologies, the rival journals and institutes. He presents the argument that the scope of this war on the Right has been misrepresented by journalists, who have been sympathetic to the moderates and have consistently downplayed the strength and intelligence of the paleoconservatives. A striking feature of the book is a detailed, well-informed exposition of the conservative foundations and think tanks - revealing who funds whom, and who controls whom - information that has never before appeared in print. Gottfried discusses the implications of the 1992 electoral campaign for the future of the Right: from paleocon Pat Buchanan's controversial bid for the Republican nomination to the migration of several leading neocons over to Democratic candidate Bill Clinton's camp. Certain to spark both attention and controversy, this book is required reading for anyone who wants to understand the complex conservative landscape and its prospects for the future.
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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 issues of the Old Right; neoconservatives; the New Right, including the Religious Right; and Libertarians. Despite reservations, the authors appear optimistic about the future of conservatism and the longevity of its publications, such as The National Review . A timely and useful work, recommended for academic libraries. David Steiniche, Missouri Western State Coll., St. Joseph
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Book Description Twayne Publishers, 1992. Paperback. Condition: New. Revised. Seller Inventory # DADAX0805738509
Book Description Twayne Publishers, 1992. Paperback. Condition: New. Never used!. Seller Inventory # P110805738509
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