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The Transformation of Contemporary Conservatism
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The Transformation of Contemporary Conservatism

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Volume: 22

© 1988 | 240 pages | SAGE Publications Ltd
Since the electoral successes of several conservative governments in 1979, conservative ideas and politics have been placed at the centre of the political agenda of the liberal democracies for the first time since 1945.

This book studies the experience of a number of representative conservative parties in Europe and the United States. It explains the success of conservatism since the 1970s by examining the political cultures, the characteristics of particular parties or forms of conservatism, and the social bases of conservatism in particular countries.

Brian Girvin
Introduction
Gillian Peele
British Conservatism
Ideological Change and Electoral Uncertainty  
Volkmar Lauber
Change and Continuity in French Conservatism since 1944
Edgar Grande
Neoconservatism without Neoconservatives? The Renaissance and Transformation of Contemporary German Conservatism
Paul Lucardie
Conservatism in the Netherlands
Fragments and Fringe Groups  
Wolfgang Muller
Conservatism and the Transformation of the Austrian People's Party
Stig-Bjorn Ljunggren
Conservatism in Norway and Sweden
Jos[ac]e R Montero
Alianza Popular in Spain
More than Conservative less than Neoconservative  
Brian Girvin
The United States
Conservative Politics in a Liberal Society  
David Broughton
The Social Bases of Western Euorpean Conservative Parties

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ISBN: 9780803981454
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