The Year that Conservatism Turned Ugly

May 1992
First Things: A Monthly Journal of Religion & Public Life;May1992, Issue 23, p12
Focuses on the statements made by former U.S. presidential candidate and author Patrick Buchanan concerning Jews and Israel. Claims of readers on the statements made by Buchanan; Reason for the refusal of Buchanan to give a public apology in relation to his remarks; Views of John O'Sullivan, editor of the journal "National Review," about the remarks of Buchanan.


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