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    this is a fair assumption to say that conservatism should not be a single ideology because so many conservatives are so divided amongst themselves nowadays. According to Google search the definition for conservative is the act of holding to traditional attitudes and values and cautious about change or innovation‚ typically in relation to politics or religion. I believe the ideology of conservatism is used as a political base that many other forms of conservatism branch off into its own political ideas

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    Harding Section 12 December 11‚ 2013 I am a Conservative because it isn’t the job of the federal government to make us successful; it’s the job of the federal government to create an environment that allows us to make ourselves successful. Conservatism appeals most strongly to me because of its ideology and the effect that is has on the United States. Each person in America subscribes to their own ideology. This consists of a body of ideas reflecting the social needs and aspirations of an individual

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    Tues/Thurs. 10:00-11:15 November 22‚ 2013 Conservatism is a Better Way of Life I have lived my entire life surrounded by conservatism. The two most influential people in my life‚ my father and mother‚ are the most conservative people I know. They are so committed to the conservative way of life‚ that they chose to homeschool their three children in order to ensure that the principles of conservatism they value were passed on to the next generation. Conservatism is a better way of life because it relies

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    recent election was won by candidate‚ Donald J. Trump‚ who offered a gracious acceptance speech as President Elect extending an invitation for the nation to join together in the spirit of unity and unconditional love by means of “Compassionate Conservatism‚” which was coined by George W. Bush in 2002.1 The recent election was a turning point in American history. Our nation was slowly being changed from a Constitutional society to a totalitarian socialist regime. At the forefront of this election

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    Conservatism in Canada

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    not the Conservative party will secure another majority government in the 2015 elections is a question occupying everyone’s mind. There are‚ of course‚ arguments to support both the possibilities yet the debate seems to be lopsided. The Canadian Conservatism as well as the Conservative party is bound to fail‚ eventually‚ at replacing the Liberal party in its role as the federal level governing party of Canada. There are certain factors at play that suggest the Conservative party can not cut the mustard

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    English Conservatism

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    English conservatism‚ which was called Toryism‚ emerged during the Restoration (1660–1688). It supported a hierarchical society with a monarch who ruled by divine right. However the Glorious Revolution (1688 ‚ which established constitutional government‚ led to a reformulation of Toryism which now considered sovereignty vested in the three estates of Crown‚ Lords‚ and Commons.[7])‚ Conservatism developed in Restoration England from royalism. Royalists supported absolute monarchy‚ arguing that

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    Conservatism values importance of religion‚ economic growth‚ limited government and strong national defense‚ but as a result of trying to uphold so many values‚ contradictions arise. In order to better understand what these what these contradictions are and the reasons for why they exist‚ this paper will first establish conservatives’ views on economy‚ international relations and the relationship between religion and politics compare conservative’s views and then analyze the contradictions as well

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    Just like Liberalism‚ Conservatism had undergone a historical transformation in America. Early conservatives urged the support of the government in economic enterprise and government intervention within certain groups. In today’s society‚ conservatives argue that more government involvement will interfere with our individual lives and cause limitations. Thus‚ we now have a branch from early conservatives to contemporary conservatism. Contemporary conservatism is not always opposed to state intervention

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    The extensive influence of conservatism is evident in Harding’s Republican economic policies. A distinct marker of conservatism in the 1920s was reduced taxes. Harding’s tax cuts implemented in acts such as the Revenue Act of 1921 thus reflect this influence of conservatism. Conservatism’s traditionalist sentiments also influenced Harding to pass the economic policy Esch-Cummins Transportation Act‚ which saw to the deregulation of railroads‚ putting their control back into the hands of plutocratic

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    Conservatism: The Resurgence of Classical Liberalism As Keynesian liberalism evolved to include more and more state interference in the market‚ a backlash movement grew in the 1950s and 1960s‚ taking the name of conservatism. In the late 1960s‚ President Nixon and others attacked Keynesianism‚ seeking to put more emphasis on economic growth instead of stability. In 1973 the United States replaced its fixed exchange rate system with a flexible exchange rate system‚ which led to increased speculation

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