Please Report Broken Or Missing Images.The top 4 Conservative Ideology Selector (American Politics) results of 1389 participants.

Percentages indicate the frequency of the self-selected participants' top results for Conservative Ideology Selector (American Politics).

#1 38.7%
Fusionist - An ideology combing the principles of economic liberalism and social conservatism that arose in the 1950s to combat the predominant liberalism of the time; Figures: Frank Meyer, William F. Buckley Jr., Barry Goldwater, Ronald Reagan; Books: Meyer - "In Defense of Freedom" "The Conservative Affirmation"; magazines: "The National Review"
#2 27.6%
Right-Libertarian - A mildly utopian ideology stressing the importance of limited government, private property and individual rights; figures: Ludwig von Mises, F. A. Hayek, Milton Friedman; books: Friedman - "Free to Choose" Hayek - "The Road to Serfdom"; magazines: "The Economist" "Reason"
#3 17.2%
PaleoConservative - A regionalist, nationalist and anti-ideological form of classical conservatism stressing the importance of tradition and natural law; figures: Edmund Burke, Russel Kirk, Patrick Buchanan; books: Kirk- "The Conservative Mind" Buchanan - "Day of Reckoning"; magazines: "Chronicles: A Magazine of American Culture" "The American Conservative"
#4 16.6%
NeoConservative - A modernistic and politically pragmatic ideology seeking to organize and tame the world as it is and following it through to its implications. NeoConservatives tend to be idealists over ideologues. Figures: Leo Strauss, Irving Kristol; books: Allan Bloom - "The Closing of the American Mind" Kristol - "Neoconservatism The Autobiography of an Idea" Francis Fukuyama - "The End of History"; Magazines: "The Weekly Standard" "Commentary"

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