Aug 06, 2020
Crisis of Conservatism?: The Republican Party, the Conservative Movement, and American Politics After Bush
Posted by Joel D. Aberbach Gillian Peele

Crisis of Conservatism assesses the status of American conservatism its politics, its allies in the Republican Party, and the struggle for the soul of the conservative movement that became especially acute with the controversial policies of the Bush administration and Republican losses in the 2006 and 2008 elections What do different types of conservatives believe HowCrisis of Conservatism assesses the status of American conservatism its politics, its allies in the Republican Party, and the struggle for the soul of the conservative movement that became especially acute with the controversial policies of the Bush administration and Republican losses in the 2006 and 2008 elections What do different types of conservatives believe How much do they have in common How strong is the conservative movement in the United States, and what impact does it have on the Republican Party To what degree do conservative ideas represent the mainstream of political beliefs in the United States In short, is there the crisis of conservatism that some thought apparent as a result of the administration of George W Bush The book s contributors, a broad array of leading scholars of conservatism, identify a range of tensions in the conservative movement and the Republican Party, tensions over what conservatism is and should be, over what conservatives should do when in power, and over how conservatives should govern Views differ a great deal, both between the public and conservative elite groups and among conservative elites themselves These differences are balanced by the tendency of many in the general public to identify themselves as conservatives and by the vibrant intellectual life and vitality of conservative elites While the conservative movement remains beset by many problems and divisions, it has fundamental strengths The Crisis of Conservatism reveals the many varieties of conservatism and examines the internal conflicts, strengths and challenges that will define the movement in the future.

  • Title: Crisis of Conservatism?: The Republican Party, the Conservative Movement, and American Politics After Bush
  • Author: Joel D. Aberbach Gillian Peele
  • ISBN: 9780199764020
  • Page: 331
  • Format: Paperback
  • Crisis of Conservatism The Republican Party the Conservative Movement and American Politics After Bush Crisis of Conservatism assesses the status of American conservatism its politics its allies in the Republican Party and the struggle for the soul of the conservative movement that became especially


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