The New Conservatism

Viereck, Peter
September 1962
New Republic;9/24/62, Vol. 147 Issue 13, p37
Focuses on the impact of conservatism on politics in the U.S. Information that the thesis "Shame and Glory of the Intellectuals" is valid for the postwar Yalta era with its illusions about Communism; Fact that Conservatives have no more excuse to refuse to cooperate with liberals and New Dealers against right-wing nationalist threats; Cooperation between different political parties; Distinction between genuine conservatives and the rootless, counter-revolutionary doctrinaires.


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