Naitional conservatism

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Naitional conservatism is a poleetical term uised primarily in Europe tae describe a variant o conservatism which concentrates mair on naitional interests than staundart conservatism as well as uphaulding cultural an ethnic identity,[1] while no being ootspokenly naitionalist or supportin a far-richt approach. In Europe, naitional conservatives are uisually eurosceptics.[2][3]

Naitional conservatism is relatit to social conservatism:[1] national conservative pairties are "socially traditional",[2] i.e. they support traditional faimily an social stability.[4] Accordin tae ane Sieglinde Rosenberger, "naitional conservatism praises the faimily as a hame an a centre o identity, solidarity an emotion."[4] Mony naitional conservatives are thus social conservatives, as well as in favour o limitin immigration an enactin law-an-order policies.[2]

Accordin tae V.C. Mandal, "besides those common elements, naitional conservatives mey hauld different views in different kintras, dependin on local factors. This is pairticularly true in the case o economic issues, whare the views o naitional conservatives can range onywhare atween support for a planned economy tae advocatin a centrist mixed economy tae uphauldin a laissez-faire economy."[1] In the first, mair common, case, naitional conservatives can be distinguished frae economic/fiscal conservatives,[5] for whom free mercat economic policies, deregulation an fiscal conservatism are the main priorities. Some commentators hae indeed identifee'd a growin gap atween naitional an economic conservatism: "maist pairties o the Richt [the day] are run bi economic conservatives who, in varyin degrees, hae marginalisit social, cultural, an naitional conservatives."[5]

Naitional conservatism is relatit tae traditionalist conservatism an aw.

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  2. a b c http://www.parties-and-elections.eu/content.html
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