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paleoconservative
 n.— «Scenes like the “High Society Cake Walk” production number and FDR’s spat with his haughty paleoconservative mother after his conversion to Eleanor’s liberal way of thinking provoked spontaneous applause.» —“Historical Musical Captures the Sense of the Moment” by Tim Appelo Seattle Times (Wash.) Sept. 11, 1987. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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