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Andy, Derb, Jonah. Here’s the opening of National Review’s review of the Kevin Smant biography of Frank Meyer, dated June 17, 2002 and entitled “The Fusionist:”

For fifty years, most American conservatives have stood for three basic propositions: that American foreign policy should seek to end totalitarian regimes; that the domestic functions of government, and especially of the federal government, should be strictly limited; and that the moral precepts traditionally associated with Christianity (sometimes the formulation includes Judaism as well) should be upheld.

I suspect Dr. Krauthammer would co-sign.



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