Conservation, stability, order, these were the traditional goals of the right. Yet in today's politics the right is more typically associated with liberating the economy, encouraging competition and advocating change.
Has the right in endorsing liberal economics forgotten its roots and is it hypocritical in claiming to be 'conservative'? Does the right need to reassert these core values? Or should the right give up any remaining attachment to tradition and rebrand itself as the party of change and growth.