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Conservatism, once at the periphery of American politics. now occupies
a central and strategic position in the seat of political power. The 1994
election confined a realignment of American politics along conservative
lines In the general electorate, but in the halls of academe conservatism
remains a neglected subject, on the fringes of the curriculum and
outside the door of the faculty lounge Many academics are politically
liberal, and few scholars in the social science disciplines take conservative
intellectual positions seriously
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Dunn, Charles W. and Woodard, J. David, "The Conservative Tradition in America" (2003). Clemson University Faculty Monographs. 2.