In ‘Conservative Sensibility,’ George F. Will Aims to Return GOP to Its Roots

06.13.2019 - By KQED's Forum

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For more than four decades, Washington Post columnist and Pulitzer Prize winner George F. Will has written about politics and civic life through the eye of a constitutional conservative. In 2016, Will famously left the Republican Party to protest the nomination of Donald Trump as the GOP’s candidate for the presidency. Now, Will is out with a new book titled “The Conservative Sensibility,” which explores the Founding Fathers’ vision of effective government and argues for a return to the right-wing party’s core principles of separation of powers, financial prudence and small government.

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