Table of contents for Confronting the new conservatism : the rise of the right in America / edited by Michael J. Thompson.

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Contents
Acknowledgements
Introduction: Confronting the New Conservatism 1
Part I: What is the New Conservatism?
1 America¿s Conservative Landscape: The New Conservatism and the Reorientation of American Democracy 7
 Michael J. Thompson
2 Cultural Rage and the Right Wing Intellectuals 39
 Philip Green
3 Considerations on Neoconservatism: Looking Backward 75
 Stanley Aronowitz
4 The New Political Right in the United States: Reaction, Rollback, and Resentment 95
 Chip Berlet
Part II: The New Conservatism at Home
5 From Neoconservative to New Right: American Conservatives and the Welfare State 151
 Charles Noble
6 Tearing Down the Wall: Conservative Use and Abuse of Religion in Politics 174
 Diana M. Judd
7 Paradox or Contradiction: The Marriage Mythos in Neoconservative Ideology 201
 R. Claire Snyder
8 The Neoconservative Assault on the Courts: How Worried Should We Be? 231
 Thomas M. Keck
Part III: The Global Reach of the New Conservative Ideology
9 The Imperial Presidency: The Legacy of Reagan¿s Central America Policy 276
 Greg Grandin
10 The Neocon Con Game: Nihilism Revisited 317
 Nicholas Xenos
11 One Dimensional Men: Neoconservatives, Their Allies and Models 349
 Lawrence Davidson
12 Resisting the Right: Challenging the Neoconservative Agenda 381
 Stephen Eric Bronner
Contributors
Index 000

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Conservatism -- United States.
Political culture -- United States.
Political parties -- United States.
United States -- Politics and government.