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So many of the leading lights of modern conservatism, including Robert Bork, William F. Buckley, Barry Goldwater, Russell Kirk, and Ronald Reagan opposed the Civil Rights Act of 1964. Trying to think of the most high-profile conservative who supported it. /1
I learned from @zachdcarter that Hayek supported it (THE PRICE OF PEACE, p. 462) although he famously denied that he was a "conservative. Not sure whether Jerry Ford or Richard Nixon, who both supported it, would qualify as conservatives either./2
Harry Jaffa? /3
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