Peter Berkowitz: The Death of Conservatism Was Greatly Exaggerated – WSJ.com

Posted on August 28, 2010

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Last August left little doubt that a conservative revival was underway. Constituents packed town-hall meetings across the country to confront Democratic House members and senators ill-prepared to explain why, in the teeth of a historic economic downturn and nearly 10% employment, President Obama and his party were pressing ahead with costly health-care legislation instead of reining in spending, cutting the deficit and spurring economic growth.

via Peter Berkowitz: The Death of Conservatism Was Greatly Exaggerated – WSJ.com.

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