In the first few years of Donald Trump’s term, a political movement bubbled up purporting to speak to a political right that had broken with the “dead consensus” of “fusionism” — the marriage of free markets and religious social conservatism that has dominated the Republican Party for decades. While there had been challenges to fusionism […] Original post


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