Conservatism

Conservatism, indisposition to change established laws and customs that have wrought beneficially in the past and contributed to the welfare of the country; in practical politics often a very different thing, and regarded by Carlyle in his time “a portentous enbodied sham; accursed of God, and doomed to destruction, as all lies are.”

Definition taken from The Nuttall Encyclopædia, edited by the Reverend James Wood (1907)

Conservation of Energy * Considérant, Victor Prosper
Conrad, Marquis of Tyre
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Conrad III.
Conrad of Thüringia
Conradin the Boy
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Conscience, Hendrik
Conscript Fathers
Conservation of Energy
Conservatism
Considérant, Victor Prosper
Consols
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Constable, Archibald
Constable, Henry
Constable, John
Constable de Bourbon
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Constant, Benjamin