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Proud to Be Right: Voices of the Next Conservative Generation [NOOK Book]

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The NEW conservatives speak out

In 2008, when young voters turned out for Barack Obama in record numbers, liberal pundits crowed that conservatives are a dying breed. But is it true that the next generation is uniformly liberal? The answer, thankfully, is “no.”

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Proud to Be Right: Voices of the Next Conservative Generation

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Overview

The NEW conservatives speak out

In 2008, when young voters turned out for Barack Obama in record numbers, liberal pundits crowed that conservatives are a dying breed. But is it true that the next generation is uniformly liberal? The answer, thankfully, is “no.”

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780062029423
  • Publisher: HarperCollins Publishers
  • Publication date: 10/5/2010
  • Sold by: HARPERCOLLINS
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 272
  • Sales rank: 772,221
  • File size: 2 MB

Meet the Author

Jonah Goldberg is editor at large of National Review Online and author of the bestselling Liberal Fascism. He is also a columnist for USA Today and the Los Angeles Times, as well as a frequent guest on Fox News.

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Table of Contents

Introduction Jonah Goldberg Goldberg, Jonah

1 The Politics of Authenticity Matthew Lee Anderson Anderson, Matthew Lee 1

2 Pursuing Happiness Joseph Ashby Ashby, Joseph 13

3 The Conservative Gene Robin A. Dembroff Dembroff, Robin A. 23

4 Splendid Isolation Michael Brendan Dougherty Dougherty, Michael Brendan 35

5 Choosing Freedom or Chains Andrew J. Foy Jr. Foy, Andrew J., Jr. 47

6 The Girls I Knew at Yale Nathan Harden Harden, Nathan 57

7 A Nonconforming Reconstruction Justin Katz Katz, Justin 71

8 The Consistency of Gay Conservatives James Kirchick Kirchick, James 79

9 Seeing the Light in Seventh Grade Evan Coyne Maloney Maloney, Evan Coyne 89

10 Man Up Katherine Miller Miller, Katherine 103

11 Liberals are Dumb: And Other Shared Texts Rachel Motte Motte, Rachel 113

12 Immersion Experience Caitrin Nicol Nicol, Caitrin 123

13 Confessions of a Radical Republican Matt Patterson Patterson, Matt 133

14 A "Frank" Exchange: The Tale of My Political Conversion Joel B. Pollak Pollak, Joel B. 145

15 The Leptogonians: Growing Up Conservative in a Disrupted Decade James Poulos Poulos, James 157

16 The Smoker's Code Helen Rittelmeyer Rittelmeyer, Helen 171

17 Free to Serve Bill Rivers Rivers, Bill 181

18 Conservatism for Punks Todd Seavey Seavey, Todd 191

19 Why I'm Glad Liberals Are Bullies Ben Shapiro Shapiro, Ben 203

20 Ducking the Coffins: How I Became an Edu-Con Ashley Thorne Thorne, Ashley 211

21 Prosperity: The Choice of a New Generation Michael Warren Warren, Michael 225

22 Reading Rand: Discovering the Right to Fail Joi Weaver Weaver, Joi 235

Contributors 243

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