One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
Frequently with the. A political movement that arose originally in response to the challenge of the New Left, characterized by rejection of socialism, emphasis on traditional conservative values regarding law, morality, and social consciousness, a desire to improve the public image of conservatism, and (especially in the U.S.) libertarian, especially free-market, policies; the supporters of this movement collectively.
1960s; earliest use found in The Chronicle-Telegram. From new + right, after New Left.
New Right/ˌnjuː ˈrʌɪt/
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