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Despite an ostensibly conservative Republican president and republican control of Congress, government is bigger and more intrusive than ever. That is not by accident; it is the conscious aim of a new brand of conservatism that seeks, not to reduce the size of government, but to use big government for conservative ends. This book shows how the Bush administration, Congress, and large parts of the Republican Party and the conservative movement have abandoned traditional conservative ideals and embraced the idea of big government.
|From oxymoron to governing philosophy|
|Big government : it isn't just for liberals anymore||p. 3|
|The roots of big-government conservatism||p. 19|
|Proving Lord Acton correct||p. 61|
|Big-government conservatism in action|
|Learning to love the welfare state||p. 77|
|National health care lite||p. 99|
|Blinking at the entitlements crisis||p. 119|
|Spending like Drunken democrats||p. 139|
|A national school board||p. 165|
|Power to the president||p. 181|
|National busybodies||p. 197|
|Defining the future|
|The small-government alternative||p. 207|
|The coming debate||p. 229|
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Number Of Pages: 240
Published: March 2007
Country of Publication: US
Dimensions (cm): 23.5 x 15.8 x 2.8
Weight (kg): 0.61