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📒Conservatism In Crisis ✍ B. Pilbeam
✏Conservatism in Crisis Book Summary : Conservatism in Crisis? examines the distinctive features of British and American conservative writings on government and society in the post-Cold War era. Despite Conservative's victories over their socialist opponents, this has not led to the uncontested dominance of their ideas. By looking at the challenges Conservatives face from such present day opponents as multiculturalists and environmentalists, Bruce Pilbeam examines the possibility that conservatism is exhausted as an ideology of contemporary relevance.
📒Conservatism And Crisis ✍ David J. Rosner
✏Conservatism and Crisis Book Summary : This book examines the crisis of values engendered by the advent of modernity, which still plagues the post-modern west today. The book examines anti-modernist thought as an attempt to reclaim traditional belief systems during a period of profound spiritual, political and economic upheaval. The dangers and psychological appeals of anti-modernism are examined in detail.
📒The Conservatives In Crisis ✍ Mark Garnett
✏The Conservatives in Crisis Book Summary : This book should be of value to students of contemporary British politics.
📒The Crisis Of Conservatism ✍ E.H.H. Green
✏The Crisis of Conservatism Book Summary : The Crisis of Conservatism 1880-1914 offers a new interpretation of Conservative politics in the period 1880-1914 and comes to the startling conclusion that, but for the intervention of the First World War, there may well have been a 'Strange Death of Tory England.'
📒Neo Conservatism In Crisis At The End Of The Weimar Republic ✍ Werner Ernst Braatz
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📒Crisis Of Conservatism ✍ Joel D. Aberbach
✏Crisis of Conservatism Book Summary : Crisis of Conservatism? assesses the status of American conservatism--its politics, its allies in the Republican Party, and the struggle for the soul of the conservative movement. The book's contributors, a broad array of leading scholars of conservatism, identify a range of tensions in the conservative movement and the Republican Party, tensions over what conservatism is and should be, over what conservatives should do when in power, and over how conservatives should govern. In doing so, they reveal the many varieties of conservatism and examine the internal conflicts, strengths and challenges that will define the movement in the future.
📒We Gotta Get Out Of This Place ✍ Lawrence Grossberg
✏We Gotta Get Out of this Place Book Summary : Consider this parodox: for many people, rock is dead, crushed by the weight of its own success and popularity, little more than a major voice of mainstream commercial entertainment. But for many others, especially among the new conservative Right, rock poses a greater threat now than ever before. What is it about rock that makes it so important in contemporary political struggles? Bringing together cultural, political, and economic analyses, Lawrence Grossberg offers an original and bold interpretation of the contemporary politics of both rock and popular culture in the United States. We Gotta Get Out of This Place explores four histories: the changing role of rock in everyday life; the emergence of an affective and popular conservatism; the crisis of contemporary capitalism; and the apparent inability of the Left to respond to these changes. These critical developments are bound together by their concern with postmodernity, understood as both a structure of everyday life and as a sensibility of popular culture. Everyone wants to get out of this place, but only the Right seems to have found a way to benefit from where we are.
📒Conservatism Redefined ✍ Patrick M. Garry
✏Conservatism Redefined Book Summary : Throughout the 1980s and 1990s, conservatism possessed a vibrancy that resulted from spirited intellectual inquiry and open debate. However, in the years leading up to the 2008 elections, this energy seemed to fade. It was as if the conservative movement became less concerned with ideas and more concerned with the preservation of political power. In Conservatism Redefined, Patrick Garry examines how Conservatives dug themselves into this hole, and how they can climb out. However, unlike many conservative pundits, Garry does not propose a simple, -rediscover our roots- credo. Instead, Conservatism Redefined reexamines and renews conservative ideology, explaining how the classical ideals of conservatism can be employed in new ways to address the concerns of citizens across the ethnic, generational, and economic spectrum. Conservatism in America is currently mired in its worst crisis since the 1960s. To be sure, the crisis accompanied the declining public opinion of the Bush presidency and the resurgence of liberalism and large, aggressive government in a time of crisis. But, as Patrick Garry explains, this does not mean that conservatism has been defeated as an ideology, it means it must be redefined.
📒The Conservative Tradition In America ✍ Charles W. Dunn
✏The Conservative Tradition in America Book Summary : This book presents the first full-scale survey written since the 1950s of American conservatism from the Founding to the Contract With America.
✏8 Days of Crisis on the Hill Political Blip or Stephen Harper s Revolution Derailed Book Summary : Whew!! What a week that was as Canadians went from being the 'peaceable kingdom' talking about the need for cooperation and consultation to what many described as 'a full blown national crisis'. The Prime Minister and Conservative Government had turned an 'economic crisis' into a 'political crisis', then a 'constitutional crisis'. And if that wasn't enough of a week's work, the Prime Minister managed to also turn it into a 'crisis of national unity'. And some say Canadian politics and politicians are boring!!!!! Accusations of "traitor," "coup d'etat," "illegitimate," "undemocratic"; "loss of confidence," "loss of trust," "socialist," "separatist," and "deals with the devil," reverberated across the floor of the House of Commons. Each of the 'crisis' that engulfed the Hill over those eight days had political consequences for those involved and for the parliamentary system. Stephen Harper may have survived to fight another day but in doing so he may have committed his most serious strategic error and will pay a heavy price for it over the next months and years. It is my contention that he is as much a strategic stumbler as a master strategist, and, that his long term goal to make the Conservative party Canada's 'natural governing party' and to move Canadian society to the right has been derailed."