Category:Conservatism in the United States

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Conservatism in the United States is a political and social philosophy which characteristically prioritizes American traditions, republicanism, and limited federal governmental power in relation to the states, referred to more simply as limited government and states' rights. It typically supports Christian values, moral absolutism, traditional family values, American exceptionalism and individualism. It is generally pro-capitalist and pro-business while opposing trade unions. It often advocates for a strong national defense, gun rights, free trade, and a defense of Western culture from perceived threats posed by communism, socialism, and moral relativism.

Conservative American people should not be placed in this Category but added to List of American conservatives.

Subcategories

This category has the following 15 subcategories, out of 15 total.

Pages in category "Conservatism in the United States"

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