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1.Bush quotes can be found on the While House document “Backgrounder: The President’s Quotes On Islam“.
2. Bill Sammon, “Bush praises Islam for its 'morality,'” Washington Times Dec. 6 2002
3. Scott Lindlaw, “Bush Marks End of Ramadan, Visits Mosque (Islam brings hope and comfort),” Associated Press Dec. 5 2002
4. Dana Milbank, “Conservatives Dispute Bush Portrayal of Islam as Peaceful,” Washington Post Nov. 29, 2002
5. Norman Podhoretz quoted in Dana Milbank’s article above
6. Paul Johnson, “Relentlessly and Thoroughly,” National Review Oct. 15, 2001
7. Frank J Gaffney Jr.,”A Troubling Influence,” Front Page Magazine, Dec 9 2003
8. A few notable books from the early 1940s warning of the global rise of collectivism and demise of liberal individualism are Freidrich A Hayak, “The Road to Serfdom” University of Chicago Press, 1944. Ayn Rand, “The Fountainhead,” Bobbs-Merrill, 1943. Rose Wilder Lane, “The Discovery of Freedom,” Fox & Wikes, 1943. Isabel Paterson, “The God of the Machine,” 1943. Classical liberal contemporaries include Ludwig von Mises, Henry Hazlett, Albert Jay Nock, and H.L.Mencken.
9. George H. Nash, “The Conservative Intellectual Movement in America Since 1945”, p. 256, Basic Books, Inc., New York, 1979
10. Nash, ibid p. 257
11. Nash, ibid p. 258
12. Frank S. Meyer, “A Rebel in Search of Tradition,” The Freeman (July 1955): 559-62 reprinted in Gregory L. Schneider’s “Conservatism in America since 1930”
13. Whittaker Chambers, “A Witness” reprinted in Gregory L. Schneider’s “Conservatism in America since 1930”
14. see Garrett Thomson, “On Locke,” Wadsworth, 2001
15. Paul Johnson, “A History of the American People”
16. Forrest McDonald, “A Founding Father’s Library”, Literature of Liberty (January/March 1978) Cato Institute, San Francisco
17. Robert Nisbet, “Conservatism: Dream and Reality,” University of Minnesota Press 1986 p. 1 link. Quotes are from the hardcover edition.
18. Nisbet, ibid
19. Nisbet, ibid
20. David N. Mayer, “The Forgotten Essentials of Jefferson” The Objectivist Center April 4 1997
21. Charles Murray, “Ideas & Trends; Well, It Seemed Like a Good Idea At the Time,” New York Times, Week in Review Nov. 30 2003
22. Russell Kirk, “Ten Conservative Principles” The Russell Kirk Center 1993
23. George W. Carey, “Freedom & Virtue: The Conservative Libertarian Debate,” Intercollegiate Studies Institute; Rev. and updated ed edition p. 101
24. Stanley Reed, “Inside Saudi Arabia,” Business Week, Nov. 26
25. Daniel Benjamin and Steven Simon, “The Age of Sacred Terror,” Random House, New York 2002 p. 167

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