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Missing Conservatism? Just Wait for a Democratic President

By Matt Grossman ● New York Times ● 02/20/2018


After opposing government expansion and social change under Democratic presidents, conservatives typically give new Republican presidents the benefit of the doubt. By the time of the next counterattack against a new Democrat, historical revisionism sets in: Republican leaders are seen as part of the problem, being too accommodating to liberalism and selling out their principles

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