Neoconservatism : the biography of a movement / Justin Vaisse ; translated by Arthur Goldhammer.

Presents neo-conservatism in three ages covering the history, and illuminating core developments, including the split of liberalism, and the shifting relationship of party affiliation and foreign policy position.

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Bibliographic Details
Main Author: Vaïsse, Justin.
Format: Book
Published:Cambridge, Mass. : Belknap Press of Harvard University Press, 2010.
Table of Contents:
  • Introduction : The three ages of neoconservatism
  • 1. Incubation : from the Cold War to the collapse of liberalism
  • 2. The first age : liberal intellectuals in dissent
  • 3. The second age : Cold War democrats in dissent
  • 4. Divergence : inventing a neoconservative foreign policy
  • 5. Nuclear alarm : the committee on the present danger
  • 6. Migration to power : joining the Reagan camp
  • 7. The third age : national greatness conservatives
  • Epilogue : Interpreting neoconservatism.