Conservatism, Backlash COM 100
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Date Created: 01/13/15
Tuesday November 4 19805 Conservatism Backlash 39805 O O o O o o 0 19705 were rough Vietnam Watergate social upheaval freedom movements urban decay race riots women39s lib gay rights President Carter In ation energy crisis hostages quotAmerican malaisequot Republicans need to reinvent Ike amp NixonFord only Republican President since Depression Turn to actor amp CA governor Ronal Reagan UK having eerily same issues Turns to rst female Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher Margaret Thatcher O O O 0 Parliament speech amid similar turmoil Solutions very similar to Reagan Individualism Private Sector Growth Policies translated to emotional terms Attitude change Courage Spirit and zest Unemployment risks quothuman dignity selfrespectquot Final 5 lines Unity Constitutive Moral certainty President Reagan 0 Similar focus to Thatcher economy but in emotional terms quothuman miseryquot quotpersonal indignityquot Freedom individualism What we need most is quotbeliefquot and quotheroic dreamsquot quotYouquot quotHeroesquot are in 2nd persona Speaker addresses and creates an ideal audience Reversals quot not quot quot Master of narrative story of Martin Treptow
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