The Conscience of a Conservative

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Author: Barry Goldwater
Publisher: Martino Fine Books

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The Conservative Mind: From Burke to Eliot

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Author: Russell Kirk
Publisher: Gateway Editions

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Conservatives Without Conscience

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ISBN: 0143038869
Release Date: 2007-08-28
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Author: John W. Dean
Publisher: Penguin Books

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Conscience of a Conservative

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Author: Barry Goldwater
Publisher: Wilder Publications

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How to be a conservative

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ISBN: 1472924002
Release Date: 2015-10-06
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Author: Roger Scruton
Publisher: Continuum

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The Conscience of a Conservative

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ISBN: 0691131171
Release Date: 2007
Number of pages: 144
Author: Barry Morris Goldwater
Publisher: Princeton University Press

Download and read online The Conscience of a Conservative in PDF and EPUB In 1960, Barry Goldwater set forth his brief manifesto in The Conscience of a Conservative. Written at the height of the Cold War and in the wake of America's greatest experiment with big government, the New Deal, Goldwater's message was not only remarkable, but radical. He argued for the value and importance of conservative principles--freedom, foremost among them--in contemporary political life. Using the principles he espoused in this concise but powerful book, Goldwater fundamentally altered the political landscape of his day--and ours.


The Conservative Mind

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ISBN: 0895261715
Release Date: 2001-09-01
Number of pages: 534
Author: Russell Kirk
Publisher: Regnery Publishing

Download and read online The Conservative Mind in PDF and EPUB The book that launched the modern American conservative movement, now available in trade paperback.


The Conservative Intellectual Movement in America Since 1945

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ISBN: 9781497636408
Release Date: 2014-04-08
Number of pages: 490
Author: George H. Nash
Publisher: Open Road Media

Download and read online The Conservative Intellectual Movement in America Since 1945 in PDF and EPUB First published in 1976, and revised in 1996, George H. Nash’s celebrated history of the postwar conservative intellectual movement has become the unquestioned standard in the field. This new edition, published in commemoration of the volume’s thirtieth anniversary, includes a new preface by Nash and will continue to instruct anyone interested in how today’s conservative movement was born.


The Conservative

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ISBN: UOM:39015013746600
Release Date: 1901
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Author: Julius Sterling Morton
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Download and read online The Conservative in PDF and EPUB A journal devoted to the discussion of political, economic, and sociological questions.


The Conservative Heart

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ISBN: 9780062795502
Release Date: 2017-06-06
Number of pages: 272
Author: Arthur C. Brooks
Publisher: HarperCollins

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What Is Conservatism

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ISBN: 9781504026642
Release Date: 2015-09-15
Number of pages: 304
Author: Frank S Meyer
Publisher: Open Road Media

Download and read online What Is Conservatism in PDF and EPUB What Is Conservatism? (1964) is a conservative classic—as relevant today as it was half a century ago. Just what is conservatism? Many people are groping for answers, especially as conservatives seem to be retreating into factions—Tea Partiers, traditionalists, libertarians, social conservatives, neoconservatives, and so on. But this illuminating book shows what unites conservatives even as it explores conservatism’s rich internal debate. Edited by Frank S. Meyer, who popularized the idea of “fusionism” that became the basis for modern American conservatism, What Is Conservatism? features brilliant essays by twelve leading conservative thinkers and spokesmen, including: • F. A. Hayek, Nobel Prize–winning economist and author of The Road to Serfdom • William F. Buckley Jr., founder of National Review and the man perhaps most responsible for the rise of the modern conservative movement • Russell Kirk, whose seminal book The Conservative Mind gave the conservative movement its name • M. Stanton Evans, author of the conservative movement’s central credo, the “Sharon Statement” (1960) In a foreword to this new edition, #1 New York Times bestselling author and National Review contributing editor Jonah Goldberg explains the profound influence of What Is Conservatism? on conservative thought and the book’s relevance today.


JFK Conservative

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ISBN: 9780547586007
Release Date: 2013-10-15
Number of pages: 320
Author: Ira Stoll
Publisher: Houghton Mifflin Harcourt

Download and read online JFK Conservative in PDF and EPUB “America, meet the real John F. Kennedy.” — Washington Times John F. Kennedy is lionized by liberals. He inspired Lyndon Johnson to push Congress to pass the Civil Rights Act. His New Frontier promised increased spending on education and medical care for the elderly. He inspired Bill Clinton to go into politics. His champions insist he would have done great liberal things had he not been killed by Lee Harvey Oswald. But what if we’ve been looking at him all wrong? Indeed, JFK had more in common with Ronald Reagan than with LBJ. After all, JFK’s two great causes were anticommunism and tax cuts. His tax cuts, domestic spending restraint, military buildup, pro-growth economic policy, emphasis on free trade and a strong dollar, and foreign policy driven by the idea that America had a God-given mission to defend freedom — all make him, by the standards of both his time and our own, a conservative. This widely debated book is must reading for conservatives and liberals alike. “Provocative and compelling . . . Ira Stoll has succeeded in changing our very perception of Kennedy as one of liberalism’s heroes.” — Weekly Standard “An informative analysis of the ways in which JFK did indeed evince his conservative side — he was very religious, open to a free market unencumbered by governmental interference, and staunchly anti-Communist.” — Publishers Weekly


The Conservative Party and Social Policy

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ISBN: 9781847424327
Release Date: 2011
Number of pages: 326
Author: Hugh M. Bochel
Publisher: Policy Press

Download and read online The Conservative Party and Social Policy in PDF and EPUB A timely consideration of the development and content of the Conservatives' approaches to social policy and how they inform the Coalition's policies.


The Conservative Case for Trump

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ISBN: 9781621576303
Release Date: 2016-09-06
Number of pages: 272
Author: Phyllis Schlafly
Publisher: Regnery Publishing

Download and read online The Conservative Case for Trump in PDF and EPUB From Phyllis Schlafly, the woman whose celebrated classic A Choice Not An Echo (over 3 million copies sold) upended the 1964 Republican Convention, comes a persuasive new argument for a surprising conservative choice: Donald Trump. If you can’t stand Hillary Clinton, but wonder if you could vote for Donald Trump, you need to buy this book. In it, you’ll learn from conservative icon Phyllis Schlafly—lawyer, bestselling author, and “sweet- heart of the Silent Majority”—why Donald Trump is worthy of every conservative’s vote. Joined by Ed Martin, the former head of the Missouri Republican Party, and Brett Decker, formerly an editorial writer with the Wall Street Journal and the Washington Times, Schlafly presents the real Trump, the Trump she and her colleagues have met with and interviewed, the Trump who is far more conservative than you think. In The Conservative Case for Trump, Schlafly reveals: 1. How Trump’s appointees to the Supreme Court (on which Schlafly advised him) could be the most consequential in a century 2. How, unlike any other Republican, Trump could actually fix the nation’s immigration mess 3. Why his economic platform could spark an economic revival on the scale of the Reagan boom of the 1980s (it is based on much the same plan) 4. How Trump will defend the First Amendment—guaranteeing freedom of speech and religion—against an ever more dictatorial Left 5. Why Trump’s fresh thinking on defense and foreign policy is long overdue—and could send terrorism into rapid retreat Donald Trump is the most controversial Republican presidential candidate since Barry Goldwater, and could be the most conservative and successful since Ronald Reagan. Phyllis Schlafly makes an irrefutable case that needs to be shared with every wavering voter. Nothing less than the future of our country is at stake. If you buy only one political book this year, it has to be The Conservative Case for Trump.


How to be a conservative

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ISBN: 1472924002
Release Date: 2015-10-06
Number of pages: 208
Author: Roger Scruton
Publisher: Continuum

Download and read online How to be a conservative in PDF and EPUB What does it mean to be a conservative in an age so skeptical of conservatism? How can we live in the presence of our 'canonized forefathers' at a time when their cultural, religious and political bequest is so routinely rejected? With soft left-liberalism as the dominant force in Western politics, what can conservatives now contribute to public debate that will not be dismissed as pure nostalgia? In this highly personal and witty book, renowned philosopher Roger Scruton explains how to live as a conservative in spite of the pressures to exist otherwise. Drawing on his own experience as a counter-cultural presence in public life, Scruton argues that while humanity might survive in the absence of the conservative outlook, it certainly won't flourish. How to be a Conservative is not only a blueprint for modern conservatism. It is a heartfelt appeal on behalf of old fashioned decencies and values, which are the bedrock of our weakened, but still enduring, civilization.


Right Moves

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ISBN: 9781469627878
Release Date: 2016-03-04
Number of pages: 264
Author: Jason Stahl
Publisher: UNC Press Books

Download and read online Right Moves in PDF and EPUB From the middle of the twentieth century, think tanks have played an indelible role in the rise of American conservatism. Positioning themselves against the alleged liberal bias of the media, academia, and the federal bureaucracy, conservative think tanks gained the attention of politicians and the public alike and were instrumental in promulgating conservative ideas. Yet, in spite of the formative influence these institutions have had on the media and public opinion, little has been written about their history. Here, Jason Stahl offers the first sustained investigation of the rise and historical development of the conservative think tank as a source of political and cultural power in the United States. What we now know as conservative think tanks--research and public-relations institutions populated by conservative intellectuals--emerged in the postwar period as places for theorizing and "selling" public policies and ideologies to both lawmakers and the public at large. Stahl traces the progression of think tanks from their outsider status against a backdrop of New Deal and Great Society liberalism to their current prominence as a counterweight to progressive political institutions and thought. By examining the rise of the conservative think tank, Stahl makes invaluable contributions to our historical understanding of conservatism, public-policy formation, and capitalism.


The Conservative

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ISBN: 9781907166303
Release Date: 2013-06
Number of pages: 218
Author: H. P. Lovecraft
Publisher: Arktos

Download and read online The Conservative in PDF and EPUB The Conservative was a journal edited and self-published sporadically by H. P. Lovecraft between 1915 and 1923. Some of its pieces were written by Lovecraft himself, but many of them were written by others, and included not just political and social commentary on the issues of the day, but also poetry, short stories and literary criticism. In spite of its name, Lovecraft's style of conservatism bore little resemblance to what goes by that name in America today, and instead was first and foremost a call for a cultural revival - an appeal to a return to the deepest wellsprings that had inspired Western culture from its origins. The period covered by The Conservative coincided with some of the most tumultuous events of the twentieth century, including the First World War and the Russian Revolution. For Lovecraft and his fellow authors, however, the answer to navigating the chaos of their time was not crude nationalism or socioeconomic policies, but could only be understood in terms of race, culture and a strong sense of morality. An opponent of both democracy and liberalism, Lovecraft desired a return to the aristocratic values of earlier ages. Whether one reads these texts as a record of Lovecraft's own worldview, or as a window into the times in which they were written, The Conservative remains a fascinating document. This edition includes a special introduction placing it within the context of Lovecraft's life and career by Alex Kurtagic. H. P. Lovecraft (1890-1937) is widely considered to have been the greatest writer of horror fiction of the twentieth century. Best-know for the stories that comprised his "Cthulhu Mythos," Lovecraft depicted a dark world dominated by unseen and malevolent forces, which mirrored his own hostility to everything associated with the modern world, which he saw as being in a continual state of decline and decay. He continues to be extremely influential upon writers, filmmakers and artists to this day.


The Fourth Way

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ISBN: 9781501172458
Release Date: 2017-01-24
Number of pages: 256
Author: Hugh Hewitt
Publisher: Simon and Schuster

Download and read online The Fourth Way in PDF and EPUB From “the nearly professorial power-baron of conservative media” (Bloomberg), a handbook for how a united GOP government can solve problems and guarantee political success. Hugh Hewitt interviewed candidate Trump fifteen times on his nationally syndicated show during the 2016 campaign and participated as a panelist in four primary debates. What he learned from those news-making moments, along with his service for two Republican Presidents and his intimate knowledge of Washington, puts him in a perfect position to spell out how Trump and a unified GOP can transform the country and earn a lasting place in history. From defense to immigration, from entitlements to health care, Hewitt outlines how the new President, with the top leaders in Congress and with allies in fifty statehouses, can use November’s stunning result to find a Fourth Way out of the gridlock and the destructive showdowns that have marked the past quarter century of American politics.


The Conservative Press in Twentieth century America

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ISBN: 0313213909
Release Date: 1999-01-01
Number of pages: 729
Author: Ronald Lora
Publisher: Greenwood Publishing Group

Download and read online The Conservative Press in Twentieth century America in PDF and EPUB From the rise of industrial capitalism to the end of the Cold War, this book profiles the most significant conservative journals of the past century.


Rebels All

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ISBN: 9780813545103
Release Date: 2008-06-03
Number of pages: 192
Author: Kevin Mattson
Publisher: Rutgers University Press

Download and read online Rebels All in PDF and EPUB Do you ever wonder why conservative pundits drop the word “faggot” or talk about killing and then Christianizing Muslims abroad? Do you wonder why the right’s spokespeople seem so confrontational, rude, and over-the-top recently? Does it seem strange that conservative books have such apocalyptic titles? Do you marvel at why conservative writers trumpeted the “rebel” qualities of George W. Bush just a few years back? There is no doubt that the style of the political right today is tough, brash, and by many accounts, not very conservative sounding. After all, isn’t conservatism supposed to be about maintaining standards, upholding civility, and frowning upon rebellion? Historian Kevin Mattson explains the apparent contradictions of the party in this fresh examination of the postwar conservative mind. Examining a big cast of characters that includes William F. Buckley, Whittaker Chambers, Norman Podhoretz, Irving Kristol, Kevin Phillips, David Brooks, and others, Mattson shows how right-wing intellectuals have always, but in different ways, played to the populist and rowdy tendencies in America’s political culture. He boldly compares the conservative intellectual movement to the radical utopians among the New Left of the 1960s and he explains how conservatism has ingested central features of American culture, including a distrust of sophistication and intellectualism and a love of popular culture, sensation, shock, and celebrity. Both a work of history and political criticism, Rebels All! shows how the conservative mind made itself appealing, but also points to its endemic problems. Mattson’s conclusion outlines how a recast liberalism should respond to the conservative ascendancy that has marked our politics for the last thirty years.