Leonard M. Salle and Katherine A. Forrest
The American conservative movement has succeeded in moving public
attitudes steadily rightward over the last 30 years, with far-reaching
consequences for the country’s political
governance. This success has been achieved through a well-funded and well-coordinated
organizational infrastructure that follows a long-term, disciplined communications strategy.
In order for moderates and progressives to maximize the power of their own ideas and values,
and to compete effectively with the right wing over the coming decades, they must develop,
without delay, their own infrastructural capacity and practices. This paper suggests how to
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