Economic Ideology and the Conservative Dilemma

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From Edmund Burke's distrust of "sophisters, calculators and economists" to Calvin Coolidge's boast that "the business of America is business" on to George Gilder's "economy of heroes" has been a long journey that conservatism has not weathered well, either intellectually or politically.

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