Unraveling the Right: The New Conservatism in American Thought and Politics
Viewing the modern right as more than a passing fad for state-anxious individuals, Amy Ansell and the contributors in this volume treat the current conservative movement as an important effort to contextualize and rearticulate the truths taken for granted in the American liberal tradition.Each author in this volume provides a contribution to an alternative perspective on the relevance of today’s conservatism in American thought and politics. Based on a common recognition that the 1994 victory represented much more than the temporary infiltration of right-wing extremists or the public’s spontaneous combustion of reactionary sentiments but rather twenty-plus years of diligent, conscientious organizing on the part of new actors on the right, the authors here agree that the American right wing continues to be a force to be reckoned with. Despite the apparent failure of the Republican Revolution and subsequent reelection of Clinton to office in 1996, the political and sociocultural forces that contributed to the 1994 victory are still very much at play, demanding that those interested in reversing the rightward drift of political opinion and government policy thoroughly understand the processes at work if another swing to the right is to be successfully combated.
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The Role of Cultural Projects
The Neoconservative Episode Gary Dorrien
Business Conflict and RightWing Movements
The Role of Welfare
Why Did Armey Apologize? Hegemony Homophobia
The Color of Americas Culture Wars Amy E Ansell
The MilitaryIndustrial Complex and U S Foreign
Mastering the New Political Arithmetic
Notes on the Editor and Contributors
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Página 66 - The offensives of radicalism have driven vast herds of liberals across the border into our territories. These refugees now speak in our name, but the language they speak is the same one they always spoke.
Página 124 - Susan Faludi, Backlash: The Undeclared War Against American Women (New York: Crown, 1991).
Página 73 - after the Cold War' for me. So far from having ended, my cold war has increased in intensity, as sector after sector of American life has been ruthlessly corrupted by the liberal ethos. . . . Now that the other 'Cold War' is over, the real cold war has begun.
Página 38 - Eric Foner, Reconstruction: America's Unfinished Revolution, 1863—1877 (New York: Harper and Row, 1988), 176-280.
Página 186 - Today we are taking an historic chance to make welfare what it was meant to be: a second chance, not a way of life.
Página 147 - George Gilder, Wealth and Poverty (New York: Basic Books, 1981 ); Charles Murray, Losing Ground: American Social Policy...
Página 175 - I have a dream" hope that men and women might be judged by the content of their character and not the color of their skin.
Página 99 - Thomas Byrne Edsall, The New Politics of Inequality (New York: WW Norton, 1984), 116. 45. Wills, Reagan's America, 365. 46. Edsall, The New Politics, 116. 47. Garry Wills, "It's His Party," The New York Times Magazine, 11 August 1996, 52.
Página 50 - A Promise Keeper is committed to reaching beyond any racial and denominational barriers to demonstrate the power of biblical unity.
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