The Conservative Roots of the Nixon, Ford, and Reagan Administrations
A. James Reichley argues that there was a definite conservative ideology underlying the domestic and foreign policy decisions of the Nixon and Ford administrations and that this ideology is being carried on in a more developed form by the Reagan administration.
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The Conservative Political Tradition in Britain and the United States, Arthur Aughey, Greta Jones and W. T. M. Riches Reviewed by A. James Reichley
The Nixon Presidency: Power and Politics in Turbulent Times, Michael A. Genovese Reviewed by A. James Reichley
Hard Right: The Rise of Jesse Helms, Ernest B. Furgurson Reviewed by A. James Reichley
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