The Importance and Necessity of Political Integration
- Divergent Sources of Conservatism. Short, Thomas // Modern Age;Winter2002, Vol. 44 Issue 1, p51
Explores the divergent sources of conservatism. Identification of conservative beliefs in the context of its relation to radicalism; Reason for the grounding of conservatism to religious faith; Information on the secular grounding of conservatism.
- THE CONSERVATISM OF RADICAL THEOLOGY. Brown, Nick // Political Theology;Nov2002, Vol. 4 Issue 1, p81
This article is principally intended to argue something that is counter-intuitive namely that despite the socialist values of a number of radical liberal Christian and post-Christian writers the philosophical outlook and language of this phase of religious thought focuses upon some key ideas...
- Savigny and the Lex Fori, Story and Jurisdiction: A Reply to Professor Briggs. Ehrenzweig, Albert A. // California Law Review;Mar1965, Vol. 53 Issue 1, p535
Replies to Edwin W. Briggs' analysis of Albert A. Ehrenzweig's treatise on conflict of laws published in the November 1964 issue of the 'U.C.L.A. Law Review.' Alleged misinterpretation of Savigny's rejection of the vested rights doctrine; Story's theory of jurisdiction; Alleged assertion that...
- Soviet Sensibilities. Patterson, E.F. // Progressive;Oct86, Vol. 50 Issue 10, p6
Presents a letter to the editor of the magazine 'The Progressive,' about the threat of 20th century revolutions to Vested Rights in the Soviet Union.
- Historian Takes a Political U-Turn. Goode, Stephen // Insight on the News;12/17/2001, Vol. 17 Issue 47, p36
Interviews Ronald Radosh, a historian and author, regarding his political conversion from being a left-wing activist to being a moderate conservative. Impact of the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks on the leftist movement in the U.S.; Events that led to his conversion; Experiences in...
- DOES THE INDIVIDUAL TEND TO BE CONSISTENTLY A PROGRESSIVE OR A CONSERVATIVE. Reed, Ellery F. // Social Forces;Sep27, Vol. 6 Issue 1, p49
This article throws some light upon the question as to whether people generally are consistent in their attitudes of conservatism, progressivism, or radicalism. It should be explained that in classifying the answers a progressive attitude was defines as an attitude favorable to change from the...
- Compassionate Conservatism: Ten Lessons from the New Agrarians. Carlson, Allan // Intercollegiate Review;Fall2000/Spring2001, Vol. 36 Issue 1/2, p40
Discusses the New Agrarian version of compassionate conservatism. Article by historian Herbert Agar that stands as a model activist or radical conservatism; Lessons from the New Agrarians.
- 118 and still going strong. Walsh, Max // Bulletin with Newsweek;12/29/98-01/05/99, Vol. 117 Issue 6155, p3
Presents information on the history of `The Bulletin' and discusses its future. Its support for unpopular causes over the years; Political views expressed throughout its history; Its path from radical to conservative; What is to come in the late 1990s
- WITH SCRIP AND STAFF. LaFarge, John // America;8/21/1937, Vol. 57 Issue 20, p467
The article focuses on the connection and characteristics of conservatism, liberalism and radicalism in the U.S. He states that conservatives are the realists, while the radicals are idealists, and the liberals are the common-ground men. He considers liberals as analogical conservatives and...