Conservatives in the United States

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Conservatives in the United States support American traditions, Christianity, republicanism, businesses (and anti-labor or anti-workers), anti-communism, American exceptionalism (the US is unique and special). They think America's enemies are socialism and authoritarianism.

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Below is a list of people considered "conservative".

Only a few politicians in the 19th century called themselves "conservative" but later scholars sometimes say the Federalist Party was conservative.

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