Definition of Neoconservatism

1. Noun. An approach to politics or theology that represents a return to a traditional point of view (in contrast to more liberal or radical schools of thought of the 1960s).

Generic synonyms: Conservatism, Conservativism



Definition of Neoconservatism

1. Noun. (American English) A right wing political movement that opposes liberalism in political, economic and social fields. ¹

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Definition of Neoconservatism

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Neoconservatism

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neocolonialism
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neoconservatism (current term)
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Literary usage of Neoconservatism

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1. The Troubled Birth of Russian Democracy: Parties, Personalities, and Programs by Michael McFaul, Sergei Markov (1993)
"... that can be achieved by moderate, constitutional, and legitimate methods. This is the step to be taken by neoconservatism and Christian democracy. ..."

2. Europe: Dimensions of Peace by Björn Hettne (1988)
"... be solved only by integrating market mechanisms within the planning system. But, ideologically, neoconservatism is opposed to state intervention while ..."

3. Off Course: Restoring Balance Between Canadian Society and the Environment by Duncan M. Taylor (1994)
"... who are apologists for neoconservatism and the recent international trend toward market-driven economics. The adaptability of the term is remarkable. ..."

4. Sustainability Issues for Resource Managers by Daniel L. Bottom, Gordon H. Reeves, Martha H. Brookes (1997)
"Currently, a swing to neoconservatism has brought with it a preference for the market as an allocator of rights to use and has brought antipathy for the ..."

5. Globalization and the Sustainability of Cities in the Asia Pacific Region by Fu-chen Lo, Peter Marcotullio (2001)
"... franchise boutiques (such as Laura Ashley and Ralph Lauren), these developments cost the city money. In the context of neoconservatism and a declining ..."

6. Speaking of Liberty by Llewellyn H. Rockwell (2003)
"Mises Institute, 1991) and the Irrepressible Rothbard (Burlingame, Calif: Center for Libertarian Studies, 2000). To understand neoconservatism ..."

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