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New book published: "The Republican Party's Civil War"

New book published: "The Republican Party's Civil War"

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February 12, 2014

The Republican Party is in a civil war among three factions: establishment Republicans, who simply want to make the welfare state work efficiently; social conservatives who give priority to limiting liberty; and limited-government Republicans, who favor freedom.  

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What will chronic GOP fratricide mean for the future of the party — and the country?

In this volume, Edward Hudgins analyzes the GOP’s woes and calls for radical realignment. Constituencies rejecting the restoration of liberty should be allowed — or asked — to leave. A modernist GOP should renew itself with fresh blood: entrepreneurial wealth creators, young people, and immigrants.

Atlas Society founder David Kelley, legal historian David N. Mayer, and longtime Objectivist Walter Donway contribute essays on America’s founding principles and the difference between true free markets and crony capitalism. A brief introduction to Objectivism by William R Thomas, the Atlas Society’s director of programs, is included as well.

Edward Hudgins is director of advocacy and a senior scholar at The Atlas Society. He has made frequent appearances in media as a political commentator, including on the Stossel Show, NBC's Dateline NBC, National Public Radio, PBS, Fox News Channel, CNN, MSNBC among other venues.

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Update #1: 2:40 a.m. Thursday
The book is now #1   in "Hot new releases" in "Political Philosophy" and we're just getting warmed up with our promotional campaign. Can't wait to see what happens next!

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