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The Conservatives

Documents the rise of the conservative movement after World War II using rare film footage and interviews with eyewitnesses, including Barry Goldwater, William F. Buckley, Jr., and Ronald Reagan.

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  • ""This program chronicles the rise of the Conservative movement in America from the 1940s to the height of the Reagan era, explaining the intellectual premises of Conservatism while covering both the well-known and the less-chronicled back pages of Conservative history. It covers the Hiss-Chambers case, which galvanized the movement around the issue of anti-Communism; the organization of three Conservative think tanks; the birth of the Goldwater candidacy, the development of Conservative power within the Republican Party, and the conflict between Conservatives in the GOP and the "Eastern establishment"; the ideological evolution of Ronald Reagan; the birth of neo-Conservatism; Watergate; the emergence of the New Right; and the influence of supply-side economics. In addition to documentary historical footage, the program provides interviews with, among others, Jeane Kirkpatrick, William F. Buckley, Jr., Barry Goldwater, Norman Podhoretz, Milton Friedman, Clare Boothe Luce, Paul Weyrich, and Ronald Reagan."--Container."
  • ""Documents the rise of the conservative movement after World War II using film footage and interviews with Jeane Kirkpatrick, William F. Buckley, Jr., Barry Goldwater, Norman Podhoretz, Milton Friedman, Clare Booth Luce, Paul Weyrich and Ronald Reagan""
  • "Documents the rise of the conservative movement after World War II using rare film footage and interviews with eyewitnesses, including Barry Goldwater, William F. Buckley, Jr., and Ronald Reagan."@en
  • "Documents the rise of the conservative movement after World War II using film footage and interviews with, among others, Barry Goldwater, William F. Buckley, Jr., and Ronald Reagan."@en
  • "This program chronicles the rise of the Conservative movement in America from the 1940s to the height of the Reagan era, explaining the intellectual premises of Conservatism while covering both the well-known and the less-chronicled back pages of Conservative history. It covers the Hiss-Chambers case, which galvanized the movement around the issue of anti-Communism; the organization of three Conservative think tanks; the birth of the Goldwater candidacy, the development of Conservative power within the Republican Party, and the conflict between Conservatives in the GOP and the "Eastern establishment"; the ideological evolution of Ronald Reagan; the birth of neo-Conservatism; Watergate; the emergence of the New Right; and the influence of supply-side economics. In addition to documentary historical footage, the program provides interviews with, among others, Jeane Kirkpatrick, William F. Buckley, Jr., Barry Goldwater, Norman Podhoretz, Milton Friedman, Clare Boothe Luce, Paul Weyrich, and Ronald Reagan."

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  • "Nonfiction films"@en
  • "Nonfiction films"
  • "Feature films"@en
  • "Educational films"
  • "Documentary films"
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  • "Videorecording"

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  • "The Conservatives"@en
  • "The Conservatives"
  • "The conservatives"