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As Fred Bauer argues, Moore’s defeat offers a lesson for both the party’s establishmentarian and populist wings.
This points to the obvious establishmentarian critique of the Cotton Doctrine: that a shortsighted focus on security over values and national interest over multilateralism risks damaging American interests in the long run.
Consider two counties: The Trump base bastion of Wilkes County, North Carolina, where Trump grew the GOP advantage in 2016, and establishmentarian Delaware County Ohio, where the Republican edge slipped last November.
There is no display of establishmentarian cravenness more thorough than that offered up by Paul Ryan in his interview with Sean Hannity last night.
Mr. Micklethwait disagreed that his newsroom had become more reflexively establishmentarian.
International Christian Leadership was the Christian Coalition of its day, less visible mainly because its aesthetic was establishmentarian.
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