Conservatism, generally speaking, is a political ideology that advocates for limited government, a strong national defense, and free-market economics. Conservatives tend to emphasize personal responsibility over government intervention concerning issues such as social mobility (e.g. education, employment, etc.), social justice, private industry, etc. According to the conservatism, the government's primary responsibilities are to defend the country against foreign enemies and protect individual liberties (e.g. freedom of speech, freedom of religion, privacy, etc.). Conservatism stands in opposition to contemporary political and social liberialism which tend to advocate for a high degree of government oversight in nearly all facets of private life (e.g. economy, education, religion, etc.), the award of concessions to special interest groups, the submission of the US to foreign powers, and social and moral decadence.
Modern conservatism works had to retain traditional institutions in the society. Some of the principles it is founded on include tradition and order, liberty, rule of law and belief in God.
Conservatism in 1848 led to many of the European revolutions. Wanting to achieve a smaller government, kings were deposed because of it.
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The two major schools are liberalism and conservatism.
By President Eisenhower : "Dynamic Conservation": which meant balancing economic conservatism with some activism.
The book ,Reflections of the French Revolution,by Burke is considered to be the start of modern day conservatism,and an answer to the French Revolution's liberalism.If you are asking about American conservatism,the answer would be Barry Goldwater,not Ronald Reagan
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Stephen John Morton has written: 'Liberal - conservatism and the development of modern pluralism'
Edmund Barke is the Father of Conservatism.
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Conservatism is the original American way.There's one for you.
Michael Bowen has written: 'Screenscam' 'The roots of modern conservatism' -- subject(s): Politics and government, Conservatism, Republican Party (U.S. : 1854- ), History 'Unforced Error' -- subject(s): Historical reenactments, Fiction 'A journey to Nepal'
Edmund Burke is commonly considered as the father of Conservatism.
Modern political conservatism emerged in the 19th cent. in reaction to the political and social changes associated with the eras of the French Revolution ...
Conservatism is when the government doesn't like/want change and their is maximum government interference in your day to day life