On Conservatism

Still Saddled with the Politics of the Seventies

By Michael Barone ● RASMUSSEN Reports ● 03/02/2018


Not since James Monroe left the presidency in 1825, 48 years after he fought in the Battle of Princeton, has America had political leadership with careers running so far back in the past. Our current government leaders have political pedigrees going back to the 1970s.

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