We all know that smoking is conservative, because Republicans tend to defend tobacco, while Democrats tend to attack it.
With that principle in mind, I decided to look back in time at cigarette ads.
Sure enough, I spotted what can only be called “cultural conservatism” in this ad:

And there’s no denying that genuine Paleo Conservatism is at play in this one:

Finally in the 1960s, LSD was added, and people started coming out of the TV!

But it was still a form of conservatism that had not yet been snuffed out.
(I hope there’s no serious message here. I’d hate to think that conservatism might be as endangered as smoking. But nothing ever seems to remain the same. And therein lies the paradox.)