Republican candidate Ron Paul won't be elected president in November, but his campaign is sparking an incredible movement of libertarian conservatives in the Republican Party.
Newsmax explores the question: Will Paul's campaign, like Barry Goldwater's a half century before, change the GOP?
Paul has become the first successful campaign of the Internet age as his "open source" online network has raised tens of millions outstripping the other Republican candidates and even Hillary Clinton's latest tallies.
Adding to the Web magic is the fact that the Texas congressman has been arguing old conservative themes: small government, limited taxation, and reduced intervention abroad.
It's a libertarian message that resonates with millions of Americans.
Newsmax magazine's special report, "Paul Won't Be President, But ..." offers an in-depth look at the Paul campaign, which raked in $20 million in contributions in the last quarter of 2007, surpassing even Hillary Clinton's fourth quarter total.
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This exclusive Newsmax report explores:
- Why young voters are ignoring Obama and flocking to Paul's campaign
- How conservatives' dissatisfaction fuels Paul's run
- The Ron Paul interview he doesn't mince words
- Why Paul could be the next Goldwater
- Why some conservatives fear Paul's isolationism could harm America
- How Paul's Net-savvy campaign is exploiting the online world
- Libertarians and conservatives where do they differ?
- The Internet wizard who has mushroomed Paul's campaign
- Why Paul would abolish the Dept. of Education
- Why Paul calls 9/11 a "failure of government"
- Paul's "white blimp" campaigning
- What energizes Paul's powerful base
- Why GOP activist Grover Norquist applauds Paul's campaign
- How Paul's less-than-fortunate upbringing shaped his character
- Paul's surprising support from military members
- The two primal forces in campaigns: money and votes
- Libertarian stars Clint Eastwood, Drew Cary, and other surprises
- Paul's lasting impact on the Republican Party
- How Paul could be the "Republican Ralph Nader"
- Why other candidates are emulating Paul's methods
- Libertarians through the ages
- How Paul could eventually decide the general election
- And much more
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