Crisis of Conservatism? The Republican Party, the Conservative Movement and American Politics after Bush

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INDEX
Abelson, Donald E., 351
abortion, 8, 11, 28, 30, 50, 56, 100, 117–121, 123–126, 169, 239, 247
Abramowitz, Alan, 62, 70, 81
Adam Smith Institute, 27
administrative agencies, 305–306
administrative presidency theory, 25
AEI. See American Enterprise Institute (AEI)
affirmative action, 25, 185, 188–189, 194, 197, 239, 241, 243, 245
Afghanistan, 72, 218, 220, 340, 350, 358
African-Americans, 47–48, 69, 77, 78, 94, 96, 184–185, 189, 191, 193–197, 204
Agne, Karl, 81
AIG, 322, 324
airline deregulation, 310–311, 326
Airline Deregulation Act, 307
Alito, Samuel, 123, 169, 240
Allen, George, 119, 120
al Qaeda, 218, 220, 222, 225, 340, 358, 366–367
alternative energy, 320–321
America firsters, 345–346
American Conservative Union, 24
American Enterprise Institute (AEI), 10, 22, 27, 192–194, 214, 217, 220, 224–227
American exceptionalism, 19, 343, 361–363, 368–369
American politics
cycles in, 73
polarization in, 62–63
Republican Party and, 4–5
American right, 217, 221. See also conservative movement
divisions within, 23
evolution of, 1945–2008, 17–35
future of, 40–65
historical perspective on, 15–36
opposition to Bush on, 3–4
Americans for Tax Reform, 31
American South, 17
Annenberg Foundation Institutions of American Democracy Project, 43, 44
anticommunism, 19–21, 24–25, 27, 40, 41, 260
antifeminism, 137–141, 142–143
antigovernment sentiment, 32
anti-interventionism, 18
antistatism, 20, 167, 188
antitrust law, 237, 311
Arlington Group, 262
Arquilla, John, 343
Arthur Anderson, 320
Ashbrook,John, 25
Australia, 16, 27
axis of evil, 362
bank bailout, 75, 262, 321–322
Baptists, 117, 118
Barbour, Haley, 32
Barlett, Bruce, 26
Barnes, Fred, 31, 166
Baroody, William, Sr., 22
Bartlett, Bruce, 263
Bauer, Gary, 267
Bear Sterns, 324, 325
Beck, Glenn, 82
Bennett, William, 193, 200
Berger, Peter, 192, 193
Bernanke, Ben, 322, 324
Bernard, Michelle, 135, 142
Beverly LaHaye Institute, 133
Biden, Joe, 341, 365
big government, 11–12, 17, 35, 42, 100–102, 205, 261, 266
big-government conservatives, 64–65, 153, 166, 264, 307, 316–317, 382
big tent parties, 4, 90, 245, 385
Bill of Rights, 249

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