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Popularity of Neoconservatism in the USA

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Question: Explain the policies and the ideology of the neoconservative movement in the USA. Account for its fluctuating popularity in the late twentieth and early twenty-first century.

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Conservatism in the United States Right-wing politics Conservatism Neoconservatism Philosophy Political ideologies Irving Kristol Traditionalist conservatism Conservative Party Leo Strauss Bibliography of conservatism in the United States Michael Thompson
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Conservatism in the United States Right-wing politics Conservatism Neoconservatism Philosophy Political ideologies Irving Kristol Traditionalist conservatism Conservative Party Leo Strauss Bibliography of conservatism in the United States Michael Thompson
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Neo-conservatism is arguably the “most influential philosophy of the last generation” (Thompson, 2011, para. 1). Emerging from within the Conservative Movement of the 1930s, neo-conservatism was the child of Jewish immigrants in America (Sniegosky, Findley & Gottfried, 2008, p. 26). What exactly defines neo-conservatism is debatable as it is not a “card-carrying organisation” in that there are no rules set in stone to follow, they do not have a sacred text, clubhouse or hold meetings, and there is no definite dividing line between those who are and those who aren’t neo-conservative (Halper & Clarke, 2004, p.10). Thus, its advocators deny that it is a systematic political philosophy. Rather, neo-cons such as father-figure Irving Kristol, prefer to describe their thinking as a...
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