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CSPAN
Apr 24, 2016 7:46pm EDT
i was living through a george w. bush presidency, and it was really hard to argue that conservativism was falling away, and so when i peered through the literature and started reading more and more, it was clear that conservativism was not going anywhere, and as we can all see from the current presidential climate, conservativism is here to say. for people who are interested in conservativism or interested in ways that challenge this new form of conservativism, studying historical conservativism becomes even more important. >> in your research, were there any surprises? ms. griffis: you know, not necessarily surprises because the arguments that they used in the 1970's and 1980's are the same arguments they use today. and you know, that is probably the most surprising part is how these arguments get recycled in different ways in different historical contexts. a lot of the arguments they were putting forth against the e.r.a. are the same kind of arguments that people are making today reproductive rights and how far are we going to let women go toward inequality before we
CSPAN
Apr 23, 2016 4:50pm EDT
was living through a george w. bush presidency, and it was hard to argue that conservativism was fading away. when i started reading more and more, it was clear that conservativism was not going anywhere. as we can see from the current presidential four people interested in conservatism or people interested in challenging this new form of conservatism, the study of historical conservatism becomes more important. >> in your research, were there any particular surprises? ms. griffis: not necessarily surprises, because the arguments they used in the 1970's and 1980's are the same arguments they use to. that's probably the most surprising part, how these arguments get recycled in different ways and different contexts. a lot of the arguments beverley lahaye were putting forward against the era are the same arguments people are making today about women's reproductive rights. how far are we going to let women go toward equality before we start to challenge what the women of the past were considering our judeo-christian worldview? you are seeing those same arguments again. >> what kind o
CSPAN
Aug 6, 2016 8:49am EDT
final 2000 presidential debate between vice president al gore and texas governor george w. bush. mr. bush: i believe that we ought to keep guns out of hands of people who should not have appeared that is why i am for background checks at gun shows. is neededsomething with the cheap handguns that have been working their way into the hands of the wrong people. but all of my proposals are focused on that problem -- gun safety. >> also this weekend at 8:00 eastern, c-span's series "the contenders," key figures that ran for the presidency and lost but changed political history. tonight, former new york governor out smith, and sunday, the 1940 republican presidential nominee wendell wilkie. every store window, and this vacant store window, has pictures of my opponents and his associate on the new deal ticket. i do not know of any more appropriate place to put those pictures. >> for complete american history tv schedule, go to c-span.org. next, the edward m. kennedy nstitute for u.s. senate hosts a program on his efforts to encourage peace in northern ireland. former u.s. envoy george the
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