How has the modern conservative movement thrived in spite of the lack of harmony among its constituent members what and who holds together its large corporate interests small government libertarians social and racial traditionalists and evangelical christians raised right pursues these questions through a cultural study of three iconic conservative figures national review editor . Raised right fatherhood in modern american conservatism the cultural lives of law dec 28 2020 posted by dan brown publishing text id 78190c08 online pdf ebook epub library william f buckley jr president ronald reagan and supreme court justice clarence thomas examining their papers writings and rhetoric dudas identifies what he terms a. Raised right something to believe in modern american conservatism the paternal rights discourse penetrating the inner sanctum william f buckley jr paternal desire and the rights of man the greatest nation on earth ronald reagan fathers and the rights of americans all the rage clarence thomas daddy and the tragedy of rights a nightmare walking the haunting . Raised right uses autobiography and creative work of three conservative icons to offer compelling insights into the central ideological concerns that bind very different flavors of modern american conservatism together the invocation of parental authority the book is full of fascinating stories from the lives of william buckley ronald reagan and clarence thomas that offer many aha . The cultural lives of law pages 224 product dimensions 600w x 890h x 070d about the author jeffrey r dudas is associate professor of political science and affiliate faculty of american studies at the university of connecticut he is the author of the cultivation of resentment treaty rights and the new right stanford 2008 read an excerpt raised right fatherhood in modern
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