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Editing Conservatism: HowNational ReviewMagazine Framed and Mobilized a Political Movement
Mass Communication & Society
100 words): This paper examines how National Review magazine helped to spark the 1960s American conservative movement through its particular framing of conservatism, and how the magazine has worked to sustain that influence even until today. Using research on frame alignment in social movements, the first issue of National Review is analyzed and placed in context with contemporaneous events and publications. The creation and editing of the magazine is found to parallel the creative anddoi:10.1080/15205430701791030 fatcat:aynrf5n5sbfhtalcm6u4ll3wra