Seven years after Barack Obama first promised fundamental transformation, America’s very national identity has become a subject of controversy. It’s a debate conservatives should welcome on this anniversary of Lincoln’s birthday, especially as both parties decide on their nominee for this November’s presidential elections. Do we want to continue being the united constitutional republic of the first 200 years, or reject the assimilation model and evolve into a balkanized confederacy of separate, adversarial groups?
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Senior Fellow, The Hudson Institute
President, The Becoming American Institute
Senior Fellow, The Heritage Foundation
Senior Fellow, Ethics and Public Policy Center
Senior Editor, National Review