“The unfailing reverence on the American right for Ronald Reagan is understandable,” wrote conservative columnist Jennifer Rubin. But it also has bound the right to “policies and positions that were time-specific.” Rather than being a “Ronald Reagan historical society,” the GOP needs to attract “a diverse, media-savvy generation that understands the America we actually live in,” she wrote, adding that “only then can the essence of conservatism – the promotion of personal liberty – survive, and the GOP along with it.”
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