American conservatism; an encyclopedia.1932236430
American conservatism; an encyclopedia.
Ed. by Jeremy Beer et al.
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From "abortion" to "Zoll, Donald Atwell," the self described "sentimental monarchist mon·ar·chism
1. The system or principles of monarchy.
2. Belief in or advocacy of monarchy.
mon " former political science professor, the 626 entries presented by the editors (of the Ave Maria School of Law Ave Maria School of Law, a Roman Catholic law school, is located in Ann Arbor, Michigan. In the 2006-2007 academic year, there were 380 students enrolled from a variety of states, countries, and religious backgrounds. and ISI Books) in this encyclopedia offer information on the persons, schools, concepts, organizations, events, publications, and other topics of importance to the nature of the postwar conservative intellectual movement in America. Other examples of topics discussed include "authority;" "Belloc, Hilaire;" "American Spectator;" "homeschooling home·school or home-school
v. home·schooled, home·school·ing, home·schools
To instruct (a pupil, for example) in an educational program outside of established schools, especially in the home. ;" "Hudson Institute;" "Kirkpatrick, Jeane J.;" "Libertarian Party;" "neoconservatism neoconservatism
U.S. political movement. It originated in the 1960s among conservatives and some liberals who were repelled by or disillusioned with what they viewed as the political and cultural trends of the time, including leftist political radicalism, lack of respect for ;" "National Review;" and "welfare policy." The political perspectives of contributors vary somewhat and only "views that seemed to be clearly beyond the pale of mainstream conservative thought have been intentionally excluded."
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