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There are actually quite a number of politically conservative Jews and many more who are crypto-conservatives.
Rather, this article explores a topic that has received little attention within the teacher education literature: how politically conservative preservice teachers respond to their teacher education programs, particularly programs they perceive to be ideologically liberal.
Over the years, politically conservative fundamentalists have promoted their faith as a tonic for just about every social ill.
Challenging mainstream views of Luther as politically conservative or naive, he discusses biographical appraisals of the political dimensions of his universal priesthood, his body of work, the social and political context of papal claims of temporal authority, and Luther's response to these claims.
Claypool's chapter explores how Shanghai painting manuals of the Republican period participated in what might seem an aesthetically and politically conservative exercise of compiling ideal and codified images, often from pre-modern materials.
He notes the support for climate engineering by fossil-fuel companies and by politically conservative groups such as the American Enterprise Institute that deny that global warming exists in the first place.
Miller said he did not know who had come up with the idea to single out groups that appeared to be politically conservative for intense reviews of whether they qualified to be tax-exempt.
Each student randomly viewed one of six different profiles designed to represent the professor as being either politically conservative or liberal, religious, family or socially oriented, or professional.
Those questions also came from the same non-profit division of the IRS at issue for inappropriately targeting politically conservative groups.
The Federalist Society for Law and Public Policy Studies was founded in the early 1980s by politically conservative law students who considered mainstream legal thought in America too liberal.
A 2011 Los Angeles Times story described him as "A politically conservative climatologist who accepts the broad scientific consensus on global warming." It was a position held by few scientists.
Radical separatist parties such as the Republican Left of Catalonia (ERC) - which became the second-largest party - could be reluctant to join forces with the politically conservative CiU.

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