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'The Right Nation'

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In just one generation, the American conservative movement has become a powerful political movement. The authors of a new book trace the rise of conservatism in America — from the political margins to the new establishment.

Guests:

John Micklethwait
*Co-author of The Right Nation: Conservative Power in America *U.S. editor for The Economist

Adrian Wooldridge
*Co-author of The Right Nation: Conservative Power in America
*Washington correspondent for The Economist