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Flat White

Conservative compassion

26 March 2018

8:19 AM

26 March 2018

8:19 AM

One of the strange quirks of modern politics is the perception that it’s the Left who are concerned with justice and mercy, whereas the Right are only focused on the economy and the defence. As Marvin Olasky argues in his book, The Tragedy of American Compassion, the reality is there is a “compassionate conservatism” that lies at the centre of all true conservative political policy and practice.

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