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In many ways, conservative style is the antithesis of the style adopted by liberals.

Examples of Conservative Style

The style of a conservative often includes these characteristics:

  • a willingness to debate openly on all aspects of an issue or problem, without being tramelled by ideological preconceptions.
  • readiness to take responsibility for the consequences of ones words and deeds.
  • not using fluff or obfuscating but telling it as it is.
  • behaving with decency towards other people, and treating the opposite sex with respect.

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