Conservative Americans are now having a difficult time defining what their ideology is. The Republican Party is in the midst of an inner struggle to understand itself and communicate their message to the American electorate. Republicans ask themselves questions about how to get elected, what policies and programs to adopt in order to appeal to segments of the electorate lost to them. They seem willing to advocate any movement or plans that might bolster "electability."
American conservatives are engaged in both a psychological as well as a practical struggle to redefine themselves. In response to these crises, conservatism has increasingly become movement oriented and less authentically conservative. Republicans now are either more progressive or more reactionary than they are conservative, as they attempt to redefine their political ideology and maintain relevancy and legitimacy amongst the general public.
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