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The Family Style in American Politics

Political scientist Melinda Cooper explains how neoliberals and social conservatives have found common ground

Photo: Bloomberg Creative Photos/Getty Images

When I first read political scientist Melinda Cooper’s 2017 book Family Values: Between Neoliberalism and the New Social Conservatism it left me searching in vain for a cliché to use besides “mind-blowing.” Her central…

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