On Conservatism

Why there’s a growing rift in GOP over law and order

By Patrik Jonsson and Henry Gass ● The Christian Science Monitor ● 07/21/2017


The attorney general’s decision to expand the use of civil asset forfeiture highlights longstanding fractures within the Republican coalition. Concerns regarding Constitutionality of such measures reflects the cleavage between those more concerned with civil liberties and those emphasizing the need for law and order.

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