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SR:THE RISE OF CONSERVATISM SINCE WORLD WAR II Background:According to Dan Carter the election of 1964 was a political disaster for Barry Goldwater and the new conservative movement. However, Carter goes on to argue that it was only a “temporary setback” and it played a pivotal role in the growth of the modern conservative movement. As you read the article, try to focus on the major factors that contributed to the rise of the new conservative movement. Analysis Questions: 1.Explain the two core impulses that formed roots of conservatism in the decades before the Goldwater campaign. 2.How were Frederick Hayek’s and William F. Buckley Jr.’s publications influential among conservatives?
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