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Lost

The GOP, nationally and here at home, needs more than an electoral strategy to get itself out of the woods. It needs to rethink the meaning of conservatism.

By James A. Peyser
November 12, 2006

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THE ELECTORAL ASCENDANCY the national Republican Party has enjoyed with fits and starts since 1968 may have finally come to an end last week. And yet the GOP's reversal of fortune is not due to a resurgence of liberalism among the general public. Many of the newly elected congressional Democrats are from the centrist wing of the party and opinion ... (Full article: 1409 words)

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