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Big business conservatives, Christian religious leaders, and various fringe groups formed a new conservative coalition in the late 1970s known as the A. New Right. B. Paleo-Conservatives. C. ‘70s Right. D. Alt Right.
Big business conservatives, Christian religious leaders, and various fringe groups formed a new conservative coalition in the late 1970s known as the New Right.
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