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neoconservatives

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  • noun Plural form of neoconservative.

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Examples

  • FOR the record, the term neoconservatives, although invented by the still-neocon American Jewish Committee by way of its then magazine Commentary does not only apply to Jews.

    MJ Rosenberg: Neocons: Bomb, Bomb, Bomb, Bomb, Bomb Iran

  • The really funny thing about the neoconservatives is they are not conservatives at all.

    Ledeen and Chinese ‘Fascism’ « Antiwar.com Blog

  • Ford also let hard-line Cold Warriors (and a first wave of young intellectuals who became known as neoconservatives) pressure the CIA's analytical division, and he brought in a new generation of hard-liners, including Dick Cheney and Donald Rumsfeld.

    Printing: Ronald Reagan: Worst President Ever?

  • Ford also let hard-line Cold Warriors (and a first wave of young intellectuals who became known as neoconservatives) pressure the CIA's analytical division, and he brought in a new generation of hard-liners, including Dick Cheney and Donald Rumsfeld.

    Ronald Reagan: Worst President Ever?

  • They were sometimes called neoconservatives because they seemed to hark back to the conservative historical position that had prevailed prior to Turner and Beard.

    Interpretations of American History

  • They were sometimes called neoconservatives because they seemed to hark back to the conservative historical position that had prevailed prior to Turner and Beard.

    Interpretations of American History

  • They supported the creation of NATO, advocated a policy of what they called "rollback," and went on to become known as the neoconservatives, the architects of our present troubles, in many respects.

    Antiwar.com Original

  • Ford also let hard-line Cold Warriors (and a first wave of young intellectuals who became known as neoconservatives) pressure the CIA's analytical division, and he brought in a new generation of hard-liners, including Dick Cheney and Donald Rumsfeld.

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  • They supported the creation of NATO, advocated a policy of what they called "rollback," and went on to become known as the neoconservatives, the architects of our present troubles, in many respects.

    Antiwar.com Original

  • (Nor can she, in this predominantly Democratic part of the world, dismiss them as "neoconservatives" -- as so many people are wont to do, now that the arts have become a political football.)

    Traveling Collections

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