The Rise of the Republicrats

Klein, Ezra
September 2006
American Prospect;Sep2006, Vol. 17 Issue 9, p40
The article discusses issues related to politics in the U.S. Small-government conservatism is considered anachronistic. The release of the 2005 Pew Typology Survey provided evidence for the change in the Republican coalition. Populist Republicans favor moral enforcement, strong government regulation and entitlement aid.


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