Ben Wattenberg's RESPONSE

March 1982
National Review;3/5/1982, Vol. 34 Issue 4, p220
The article comments on George Gilder's article about Neoconservatism and the alleged decline of morality in the United States. The author asserts that the basic credo of Neoconservatism is that society moderately and gradually corrects itself. The author also argues that American society still has the spirit not to disintegrate towards decadence and immorality.


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