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Anglifying American conservatism

By Donald Devine ● Law and Liberty ● 11/14/2017

The factions that comprise the conservative movement may not fit neatly into the discrete categories often assigned to them. Political theorist Yoram Hazony recently claimed that two camps within the American Right maintain an unbridgeable divide, thus exemplifying the susceptibility to typological errors when trying to understand and define American conservatism.

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