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In a spate of recent books, neoconservatives have rehearsed the drama of their radicalization and subsequent deradicalization. Typically the curtain rises on their active participation in, or engaged sympathy for, leftist movements of the 1960's, and falls after they have regained their equilibrium and embraced liberal democracy. One . . .

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