Many of the neoconservative intellectuals of the 1980s were reacting most strongly against

Many of the neoconservative intellectuals of the 1980s were reacting most strongly against
A)the decline of Protestantism as the major force in American religion.
B)the economic and social reforms of Franklin Roosevelt’s New Deal.
C)what they saw as the moral and social excesses of 1960s liberalism.
D)the increasing control of society by technology and technocrats.
E)what they saw as an extremist environmental movement.