The political ideas sections of the examination specifications require thorough knowledge and understanding of one-nation conservatism within conservative thinking
When assessing ‘one-nation conservatism’, students often make two assumptions. The first is that the concept of ‘one nation’ is inseparable from traditional conservatism. The second is that conservatism and a zeal for ‘the nation’ are historically synonymous. Yet the history of conservatism shows that both assumptions are false.
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