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This book reexamines conservatism as a resurgent and even dominant ideology, politics, and dis-course primarily in America and the Islamic world, to some degree in Great Britain, and to a less-er extent in Western Europe and other modern societies since the 1980s. It investigates and uncovers what conservatism has so successfully kept as its best secret and mystery, its root and its ultimate outcome, especially in America in contrast to Europe where it has not been so successful. The book rediscovers the point of origin and destination, namely the genesis and end-point of conservatism. It explores and detects the root, 'golden past' of conservatism in a different light or rather darkness, and diagnoses and predicts the destiny, ultimate future of conservatism in the same way. It reveals conservatism as the 'child' of the tyrannical, irrational past and the 'parent' of the totalitarian, anti-rational present and future. By uncovering its long hidden journey be-tween these two points, this book renders conservatism's best kept into the worst kept by analogy to the emperor's clothes. The book should be especially useful to sociologists, other social scientists and students.
- AutorDaniel G. Rodeheaver,Milan Z. Zafirovski
- VerlagLAP Lambert Academic Publishing
- Seiten332 Seiten
- Gewicht511 g