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  • ...eo Strauss]] is seen as one of the foundational figures in pushing forward neoconservatism - believing in ''noble lies'' (religion being a prime example for Straus ...tive movement, and, after Meyer's death, eventually replace fusionism with neoconservatism.<ref>{{citation
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  • ===Neoconservatives and sometime neoconservatives===
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  • The main theoretical founder of [[neoconservatism]]
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  • ...nt publication on international affairs, broadly from the perspective of [[neoconservatism]]
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  • {{rpl|Neoconservatism}}
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  • ...of [[American conservatism]], with a particular emphasis on criticizing [[neoconservatism]]
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  • Foreign policy and national security analyst; [[neoconservatism|neoconservative]] and [[U.S. Republican Party]] consultant who operates a communications
    193 B (22 words) - 15:01, 20 July 2010
  • ...tion in the U.S., whose content tends to be associated with positions of [[neoconservatism]], the [[Republican Party]], and [[American conservatism]]
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  • ...m]], sometimes described as selectively offering documents supportive of [[neoconservatism]] and [[Likud]]
    218 B (25 words) - 06:03, 28 January 2010
  • ...ator on the Middle East and [[radical Islam]], generally associated with [[neoconservatism]]; former [[Central Intelligence Agency]] operations officer
    209 B (23 words) - 09:12, 24 January 2011
  • ...ather than executive, for [[U.S. foreign policy]] and is associated with [[neoconservatism]]
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  • A new [[neoconservatism|neoconservative]] [[think tank]] concerned with the stresses on the United States and it
    227 B (29 words) - 23:11, 12 September 2009
  • (1920-2009) Founder of American [[neoconservatism]]; senior fellow emeritus of the [[American Enterprise Institute]]; foun
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  • A [[neoconservatism|neoconservative]] interest group, formed by [[Liz Cheney]] (daughter of [[Dick Cheney]])
    216 B (27 words) - 03:13, 5 March 2010
  • ...onservative (magazine)|American Conservative]] and [[libertarianism]] to [[neoconservatism]] and writing for [[Frontpage Magazine]]
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  • {{r|neoconservatism}}
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  • [[Neoconservatism|neoconversative]] writer and blogger; member of the board, [[Emergency C
    269 B (31 words) - 02:56, 20 July 2010
  • A 2006 book by [[Francis Fukuyama]], examining the role of [[neoconservatism]] in American foreign policy, its execution by the [[George W. Bush Admi
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  • Formed in July 2010 by a board including [[neoconservatism|neoconservatives]] and a [[Christian Zionism|Christian Zionist]], a U.S. political grou
    260 B (36 words) - 01:03, 20 July 2010
  • ...stian civilization, and opposed socialism, the Eisenhower "New Deal" and [[neoconservatism]]; [[Patrick Buchanan]] is prominent
    262 B (32 words) - 08:10, 20 January 2010
  • An American strategic analyst, associated with [[neoconservatism]], who held posts including [[Under Secretary of Defense for Policy]] in
    276 B (36 words) - 20:46, 22 September 2009
  • ...us Watch]] of the [[Middle East Forum]]; self-identified [[neoconservatism|neoconservative]] who took the position after the [[9-11 Attack]]; contributor, [[Family
    263 B (30 words) - 08:10, 6 December 2009

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