Conservatives and American Political Development
Brian J. Glenn explores how conservatism has impacted the growth of the American state since the New Deal and also how the growth of the American state has influenced conservatism. He finds that in many instances, conservatives have moved beyond mere obstructionism and that a new form of modern conservatism has conceded the goals of liberalism.
New York State and the Rise of Modern Conservatism: Redrawing Party Lines, Timothy J. Sullivan Reviewed by Brian J. Glenn
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