Neuhaus, Richard John
October 1995
First Things: A Monthly Journal of Religion & Public Life;Oct1995, Issue 56, p82
Focuses on the opinion of Michael Lind, senior editor of the periodical "New Republic," on conservatism in the U.S. Evidence of the high intellectual caliber of the Republicans according to Lind; Influence of the liberals on the Republicans' take over of the Southern States; Views of Lind on resisting the southernization of the U.S.


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