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“The history of the modern conservative movement in America is really the history of two movements. The Old Right, the original Right, was nationalist, populist, and fundamentally libertarian. The cold war Right, dominated in large part by ex-leftist converts to conservatism, was militantly internationalist, increasingly elitist, and largely indifferent to free market economics — indifferent, indeed, to virtually everything but the crusade against Communism. Starting out at opposite ends of the political spectrum, these two movements eventually came to meet and merge. The end result of this long process, which began in the mid-fifties and was completed by the time the eighties rolled around, was the transformation and betrayal of the American Right.”