The Libertarian Right and the Religious Right

  title={The Libertarian Right and the Religious Right},
  author={Charles N. W. Keckler and Mark J. Rozell},
  journal={Perspectives on Political Science},
  pages={92 - 99}
Abstract A key dynamic in American conservatism is the relationship between conservatives adhering to broadly libertarian views and those whose conservatism is more closely tied to religious traditionalism, a difference we hypothesize is rooted in psychological predispositions of the sort considered by Haidt's Moral Foundations Theory. To better understand the structure of cooperation and competition between these groups, we construct an anatomy of the American center-right, which identifies… 
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