Advice to a Just-Elected Conservative Friend
Advice to a Just-Elected Conservative Friend
You should be getting a lot smarter now. That's not because almost everyone will now tell you how smart you are. They will, of course, like never before. Even your old friends will laugh much harder at your jokes.
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Anti-PAC Agitation is a Liberal Power Grab
Anti-PAC Agitation is a Liberal Power Grab
Before there was a Federal Election Commission, way back in 1943, the militantly liberal Congress of Industrial Organizations (CIO) formed the very first political action committee (PAC).
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Do You Want to be a National Convention Delegate?
Do You Want to be a National Convention Delegate?
In early 1961, I decided to try to be a Goldwater delegate to the 1964 Republican National Convention.
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How to Stop Them From Stomping Out the Grassroots
How to Stop Them From Stomping Out the Grassroots
Knowledgeable conservatives, in moments of candor, will admit our grassroots activity is far less today than a dozen years ago.
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The Media and Election 2004
The Media and Election 2004
First of all, I have to tell you that I would do anything for Morton and Helen Blackwell because they’re probably the two greatest people in the conservative movement.
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Mistakes of Losing Candidates
Mistakes of Losing Candidates
Some candidates lose because they can't raise enough money. Others lose because their election districts are demographically wrong. But many losing candidates could have won, if they had avoided making one or more of the following common mistakes.
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Mistakes of Winning Candidates
Mistakes of Winning Candidates
Some candidates win but disappoint their supporters and even themselves. They achieve little or nothing of what they hoped to do. Here are incumbents' worst mistakes.
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People, Parties, and Power
People, Parties, and Power
In my years of political activity beginning in 1960, I have found no shortage of conservatives willing to tell the political parties what they should do.
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Political Management of the Bureaucracy - A Guide to Reform and Control
Political Management of the Bureaucracy - A Guide to Reform and Control
A Guide to Reform and Control will be an evergreen book. It will be a classic in the library of conservative public administration and should be in the orientation packet - Joseph A. Morris
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