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The Essential Neoconservative Reader

by Mark Gerson

ISBN 0201154889 / 9780201154887 / 0-201-15488-9
Publisher Basic Books
Language English
Edition Softcover
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The Essential Neoconservative Reader captures the drama and historical importance of neoconservatisms rise from 1965 to the present, by collecting influential essays by its most noted figures—among them Irving Kristol, Norman Podhoretz, Nathan Glazer, Daniel Patrick Moynihan, Gertrude Himmelfarb, and James Q. Wilson. The word “neoconservative was first used as a term of derision for disgruntled ex-liberals of the 1960s. Perhaps because of this, there has never been a central credo or organization unifying neoconservatism as a movement. With this collection, however, neoconservatism is cast in a new light, portrayed as a comprehensive outlook on economics, politics, society, and culture linked by common principles and a distinctive vision.