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What the Conservative Civil War Means for Republican Policy

Philosophical debates over the true meaning of conservatism are fascinating. But what about policy?

In 2019, conflicts within the conservative intellectual movement that have warmed for decades and simmered for the past few years reached a boiling point.

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Alex Muresianu

Alex Muresianu

Young Voices contributor and Tufts student writing about economics. Published: The American Conservative and The Washington Examiner. @ahardtospell

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