What is the future of conservatism? Writers, thinkers discuss at Commentary Magazine
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In the wake of presidential candidate Mitt Romney's loss in November, conservatives and Republicans have been soul-searching, discussing the need to change tactics and positions on issues like illegal immigration and gay marriage. A Commentary Magazine symposium entitled, "What is the future of conservatism in the wake of the 2012 election?" recently brought together 53 writers and thinkers to voice their opinions on the question. Political diagnoses — offered by individuals ranging from New York Times columnist David Brooks to George W. Bush's former deputy chief of staff Karl Rove — included suggestions for staying the course, shifting on social issues and defining the conservative message. Full opinions from the symposium are available for purchase on commentarymagazine.com.
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