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They'd Rather Be Right

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Summary

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  • Full Title: They'd Rather Be Right: Youth and the Conservative Movement
  • Author(s): Edward Cain
  • Year Published: 1963
  • Publisher: The Macmillan Company
  • Publication Type: Commercial
  • ISBN-10: n/a
  • ISBN-13:
  • Description: Cain's book is a critical study of the influence of "conservatism" on young people. Rand is described as a "theorist" of conservatism. This book is out of print.

Contents

Chapters significantly related to Ayn Rand or Objectivism are indicated in bold.

  1. The "Liberal Establishment"
  2. Conservatism and the American Right
  3. Ayn Rand as Theorist
  4. William F. Buckley, Jr., as Publicist
  5. Robert H.W. Welch as Activist
  6. Senator Barry Goldwater as Catalyst
  7. The Soft Sell: Peter Viereck and Clinton Rossiter
  8. Appeal of the Conservative Press
  9. Organizations for the Young Conservative
  10. Social Profile
  11. Rally Day for Fundamentalists
  12. Other Decades on the Right
  13. Gentlemen of the Campus
  14. Young Men in Business and Politics
  15. The Young Intellectual Decides

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