Apocalypse No

Nuechterlein, James
December 2010
First Things: A Monthly Journal of Religion & Public Life;Dec2010, Issue 208, p3
In the article, the author discusses the political philosophy of conservatism in the U.S. He claims that the conservative philosophy was conceptualized by Clinton Rossiter in 1955. He cites former U.S. President Dwight Eisenhower as an advocate of conservative philosophy. He also cites the philosophy of liberalism that is pursued by such political leaders as Bill Clinton and Barack Obama, both of the Democratic party in the U.S.


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