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The Conservative Program for the Welfare-Warfare State: The Response to the Korean, Algerian, and Vietnamese Wars
This paper explains why the leaders of conservative political parties were so successful in the aftermith of limited wars. Conservative parties are those parties whose constituency is large and small business, managers, upper income professionals, and some white collar workers and farmers, exemplified by the Republican Party in the United States, the Gaullist Party in France, the Christian Democrats in Germany and Italy, and the Conservative Party in England. Conservative political leaders rose to power because they addressed the problems intensified by limited wars-- budget deficits, political stalemate, and inter-imperialist rivalries-- and, to some extent, enacted short term solutions--budget cuts, leadership above politics, and increasing national power.
Lo, Clarence Y.H.
"The Conservative Program for the Welfare-Warfare State: The Response to the Korean, Algerian, and Vietnamese Wars,"
The Journal of Sociology & Social Welfare: Vol. 4:
3, Article 13.
Available at: https://scholarworks.wmich.edu/jssw/vol4/iss3/13
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