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Host: The Heritage Foundation. Drawing on more than thirty years of study and reflection, George H. Nash re-examines the roots and achievements of the contemporary American Right and reflects on conservatism’s present predicament. While showcasing the luminaries as well as the less well-known individuals who laid the foundations for modern conservatism, he also provides surprising and provocative perspectives on Franklin Roosevelt and Herbert Hoover, neo-conservatism and “crunchy conservatism,” National Review and Commentary, economists and intellectuals, think tanks and colleges, the Great Depression, and much more.

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