SOURCE: Texas Observer
The John Birch Society's North Texas Renaissance
The ideas and conspiratorial mindset central to Bircherism have become part of mainstream conservatism, with booming popularity in the Dallas-Fort Worth suburbs. Historian Edward H. Miller explains the group's ideas have been more tenacious than the organization itself.
Cassandra Calls from the Age of Metternich
by Niels Eichhorn
The European reaction against the French revolution and the Napoleonic wars shows the insecurity of liberty.
Focus on the Family? The Problems with Blaming GOP Radicalism on Family Business
by Paul Heideman
Is the rise of the privately-held megacorporation the root of the radical conservative movement, or has corporate America long had a right-wing fringe?
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