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38 In addition, more than a few have served as employment agencies for deposed politicians of dubious scholarly merit (for instance Edwin Meese decamped to Heritage; Dan Quayle went to Hudson). By employing politicians of some ideological notoriety, a think tank gains further clout in the political spectacle by managing the news and, more importantly, by shaping public policy. 39 What is fascinating about Limbaugh’s show is the lack of guests or dissenting opinion. It is a one-man show, with only one legitimate opinion: Limbaugh’s.
Western civilization) for further moral guidance. The lessons imparted by heroic American figures such as Madison, Jefferson, and Washington are carefully studied for possible presentday application. 76 Ironically, traditionalists are as flexible with the details of history as those they demonize for historical (and moral) relativism. The history embraced by traditionalists reflects their politically correct line. ) to public school settings note that such behavior was allowable in the not-too-distant past.
This was the lasting political legacy: Politicized Christian fundamentalists discovered that the Kitsched power of God could further their own agendas within the larger political spectacle. The power of the Kitsched American political spectacle as an educative or, more accurately, miseducative site holds enormous implications for students of public policy. With various Kitsched symbols (many learned in public schools) injected into debates, campaigns, and everyday discourse, politicians and their advisors who are skilled at symbol manipulation can drastically alter the political terrain.