Conservatism 101 Curriculum

Conservatism 101 highlights four areas of conservatism: traditional conservatism, libertarianism, social conservatism, and neo-conservatism.

Traditional Conservatism
– focuses on the preservation of tradition and the justifications for the existence of natural law.

Libertarianism
– focuses on philosophers who advocate for the free market and expansion of liberty through the reduction of government.

Social Conservatism
– focuses on the defense of Judeo-Christian values, opposition to abortion, and support of traditional marriage.

Neo-conservatism
– focuses on projecting American values to promote democracy, capitalism, and individual liberty.

The Conservatism 101 curriculum is customized to meet the requirements of each college and the demands of interested students.