Transition from “liberal consensus” to an era of conservatism (sometimes called the “Age of Reagan”, history homework help

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Between the 1950s and the 1980s, American politics shifted dramatically from an era of “liberal consensus” to an era of conservatism (sometimes called the “Age of Reagan”). Describe this shift and how it happened

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Reagan Era- Outline
Thesis Statement: The liberal consensus was dominant in the United states following the
victory at war and the massive wealth they had control over the Americans felt confident about
their status as a nation and curled up to a particular believe system that made them feel superior.
However, the confident no concern belief structure was soon to be challenged by any shift in the
monuments of their assertiveness.
I.

Overview

II.

The shift

III.

Conclusion


Running head: REAGAN ERA

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The rise of Conservatism in America.

The liberal consensus was dominant in the United States following the victory at war and
the massive wealth they had control over, the Americans felt confident about their status as a
nation and curled up to a particular belief system that made them feel superior. According to
Hodgson (1976), the confident no concern belief structure was soon to be challenged by any shift
in the monuments of their assertiveness. The American’s liberal consensus era was put to the test
in the 1960s, and its inadequacies exposed causing the shift to conservatism. A successful shift
hugely credited to President Reagan. As the elite Americans began to evaluate their ...

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