Terminology[ edit ] The term "neoconservative" was popularized in the United States during by the socialist leader Michael Harringtonwho used the term to define Daniel BellDaniel Patrick Moynihanand Irving Kristolwhose ideologies differed from Harrington's. In a book-length study for Harvard University Press, historian Justin Vaisse writes that Lipset and Goldberg are in error, as "neoconservative" was used by socialist Michael Harrington to describe three men — noted above — who were not in SDUSA, and neoconservatism is a definable political movement.
Bush  with particular emphasis on a perceived neoconservative influence on American foreign policy, as part of the Bush Doctrine.
Jacksoninspiration for neoconservative foreign policy during the s Through the s and early s, the future neoconservatives had endorsed the American civil rights movementracial integration and Martin Luther King Jr. Many were particularly alarmed by what they claimed were antisemitic sentiments from Black Power advocates.
Following Shachtman and Meany, this faction led the SP to oppose immediate withdrawal from the Vietnam War, and oppose George McGovern in the Democratic primary race and, to some extent, the general election.
They also chose to cease their own party-building and concentrated on working within the Democratic Party, eventually influencing it through the Democratic Leadership Council. Commentary published an article by Jeane Kirkpatrick, an early and prototypical neoconservative, albeit not a New Yorker.
They were on the political left, but strongly opposed Stalinism and some were Trotskyists. During the Cold War they continued to oppose Stalinism and to endorse democracy. The great majority became liberal Democrats. Johnson 's Great Society domestic programs.
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The influential bestseller The Real Majority by Ben Wattenberg expressed that the "real majority" of the electorate endorsed economic interventionismbut also social conservatism ; and warned Democrats it could be disastrous to adopt liberal positions on certain social and crime issues. After the anti-war faction took control of the party during and nominated George McGovernthe Democrats among them endorsed Washington Senator Henry "Scoop" Jackson instead for his unsuccessful and campaigns for president.
Neoconservatives organized in the American Enterprise Institute and The Heritage Foundation to counter the liberal establishment. Today's neocons are a shrunken remnant of the original broad neocon coalition. Nevertheless, the origins of their ideology on the left are still apparent.
The fact that most of the younger neocons were never on the left is irrelevant; they are the intellectual and, in the case of William Kristol and John Podhoretz, the literal heirs of older ex-leftists.
Leo Strauss and his students[ edit ] C.
Bradley Thompson, a professor at Clemson University, claims that most influential neoconservatives refer explicitly to the theoretical ideas in the philosophy of Leo Strauss — although there are several writers who claim that in doing so they may draw upon meaning that Strauss himself did not endorse.
Neoconservatism draws on several intellectual traditions. Some have attributed them to political science Professor Leo Strauss — His solution was a restoration of the vital ideas and faith that in the past had sustained the moral purpose of the West.
The Greek classics classical republican and modern republicanpolitical philosophy and the Judeo-Christian heritage are the essentials of the Great Tradition in Strauss's work.
West argues that for Strauss the American Founding Fathers were correct in their understanding of the classics in their principles of justice. For Strauss, political community is defined by convictions about justice and happiness rather than by sovereignty and force.
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The Gang’s leader was James H. Kelley, an ex-Confederate soldier and an ex-scout for George Armstrong Custer’s 7th Cavalry at Fort Hays, Kan. Kelley loved to hunt and race the greyhounds he brought with him to Dodge.
Dodge City War. The early city government and law enforcement were controlled by the Dodge City Gang (or just the Gang), a group of merchants, saloonkeepers and gamblers in favor of a wide-open town to accommodate the Texas cowboy.
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