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  1. Introduction to Richard Thornburgh's definition of 'new right'
  2. Critics view on 'new right'
  3. Writer's view on 'new right'
  4. The debate
  5. Conclusion

This is commentary I wrote in response Richard Thornburgh's to article defining the ?new right.? Thornburgh was President Reagan's third Attorney General, he continued serving into the first few months of President George H.W. Bush's Justice Department before resigning in August 1991. The article interviewed advisors to President Clinton as both sides attempted to define the place of political parties in a modern United States;

[...] These articles suppose superiority, the result being that they ignore a strong case for inclusion. They ignore the basic fundamental that just because one is not with the party does not mean he or she is against it. The elected administration, on every local, state and federal level then must be responsible for finding a way to make government of the people, for the people. All people, not just those with whom they may agree. Because one party is elected, for the moment, does not give that party ultimate authority. [...]


[...] Defining the new right This is commentary I wrote in response Richard Thornburgh's to article defining the right.? Thornburgh was President Reagan's third Attorney General, he continued serving into the first few months of President George H.W. Bush's Justice Department before resigning in August 1991. The article interviewed advisors to President Clinton as both sides attempted to define the place of political parties in a modern United States; the shift away from 1980s conservatism in the late 1990s as well as renewed fervor of the right.? It shows my idealism and what I believe a more open discussion is possible of creating in America. [...]

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