The New Right and its Impact on the American Administration 1981-1989


Abstract The research deals with the definition of the conservative movement and the most important reasons that led to its emergence on the American political scene and the economic and social changes that accompanied the movement that led to the adoption of the conservative movement’s basic principles to address the internal problems in the United States of America, which depends on reviving American traditions and heritage, working on the principle of individualism and fighting communism. These principles began to appear with the Republican Party and the adoption of the conservative movement and the transformation of society from liberalism to conservatism. The movement succeeded by promoting its conservative program and was able to reach the central authority and impose its political program that changed many things in the administration and American politics.