neoconservatism neoconservatism


  • (n) an approach to politics or theology that represents a return to a traditional point of view (in contrast to more liberal or radical schools of thought of the 1960s)


  1. On the train ride back from Washington Tuesday night, I did some of the reading that Brad DeLong assigned me after my first attempt at writing about neoconservatism.
  2. Conservatism may have anti-statist roots, But neoconservatism's are different.
  3. There's historian Francis Fukuyama, leading a whole gang of disaffected fellow travelers away from neoconservatism.


  • Viewpoint: Abolishing minimum wage

    In my experience, political ideologies are akin to overcoats; you wear one while it fits and trade it for another when you’ve outgrown it. In this vein I’ve had dalliances with neoconservatism, I’ve summered as a Marxist, I misspent my high school years as a libertarian and my intellectual adulthood has thus far been lived within the parameters of American liberalism. read more
    on March 13, 2014     Source: The Michigan Daily

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  1. As Charles Krauthammer noted in 2005, the Bush Administration was "neoconservatism in power."
    on Jul 6, 2010 By: Charles Krauthammer Source: Huffington Post (blog)

  2. To the historian Douglas Brinkley, Democratic electoral victories in November 2006 spelled "the death of the neoconservative movement," while at National Review Online John Derbyshire wrote that "all the buzz is that neoconservatism is as...
    on Oct 1, 2007 By: John Derbyshire Source: Commentary

  3. "I just think there's a very courageous cultural surge occurring, and some of it could be political, some of it could be a response to the neoconservatism," Spielberg said.
    on Jan 31, 2006 By: Steven Spielberg Source: San Francisco Chronicle

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