Young, Conservative, and Why It's Smart to Be Like Us

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CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform, Nov 18, 2013 - 90 pages
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Fourteen young Americans, fourteen stories... The face of Conservatism is changing, and these fourteen young Americans share their personal stories about what it means to be a young conservative. From former Liberals to first-generation Americans, they've each taken different roads, held different beliefs, prioritized different issues, and lived their lives in different ways. Yet each chose conservatism as the best way to protect their freedom. "Young, Conservative, and Why it's Smart to be like Us" offers an exciting glimpse of the future of conservatism with witty, serious, insightful, practical, pointed, and sometimes touching stories about what conservatism means to each author personally and politically. Chapters by Allen Ginzburg, Brady Cremeens, Brandon Morse, Dina Fraioli, Dan Webb, Erin Brown, Gabriella Hoffman, Kate Shaw, Kevin Eder, Liberty Betts, Liz Thatcher, Liz Wheeler, Mary Chastain, R.J. Moeller

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