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Your article 5355: Fascism's Legacy: Liberalism

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Submitted by Gabriel Newhouse (United States), Jan 10, 2008 at 03:26

You say that Hillary Clinton "hopes to insert the state deep into family life". Where did this come from? Is this a direct quote from her, or your interpretation, or someone else's interpretation? Please advise, because if it is a direct quote, I surely missed it.

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see the Jan. 10, 2007 update: Two clarifications are in order.

  1. All the quotes above are from Goldberg's book.
  2. To keep things simple, I do not raise the confusing point that the term "conservative" above refers to classical liberalism. It does not refer to the conservatism of Burke and de Maistre.

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