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Reform conservatives have chance to succeed

3:37 PM, Jun. 5, 2014
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Parallel to the rise of the tea party - with less attention but more potential influence - has been a gathering movement of reform conservatives whom my colleague, E.J. Dionne Jr., in an essay in the journal Democracy, dubs "Reformicons."

One version of the tea party governing vision was recently and neatly summarized by Mississippi Senate candidate Chris McDaniel: "I'm not going to do anything for you. I'm going to get the government off your back, and then I'm gonna let you do it for yourself."

This might better be called Ikea conservatism. The parts and instructions are in the box. Do it for ...

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