Neoconservatism & Irving Kristol
Neoconservatism is a movement that, as far as most of its adherents are concerned, would rather not speak its name. If, by now, most neoconservatives have become resigned to the term, that is more in the nature of acceptance of the inevitable than of any
About the Author
James Nuechterlein, a former professor of American studies and political thought at Valparaiso University, is a senior fellow of the Institute on Religion and Public Life.