Table of contents for Roads to dominion : right-wing movements and political power in the United States / Sara Diamond.


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Contents
Introduction.
I. THE COLD WAR AND CIVIL RIGHTS ERA, 1945-1964.
1. Delayed Reaction: The Right after World War II.
2. From McCarthy to Goldwater: The Anticommunist Movement of the 1950s and 1960s.
3. Organized Resistance to Preserve Segregation.
4. Historical Antecedents of the Christian Right.
II. THE RISE OF THE NEW RIGHT, 1965-1979.
5. Breaking the Impasse: New Political and Organizational Opportunities for the Conservative Movement.
6. The Americanist Movement and the Persistence of Racist Nationalism.
7. Casting the First Stones: The Early Mobilization of the Christian Right.
8. The Neoconservatives.
III. THE REAGAN ERA AND BEYOND, 1980-1995.
9. Right-Wing Power in the 1980s: The State-Movement Convergence.
10. Undaunted Allies: The Christian Right in the 1980s.
11. The Racist Right in the 1980s and 1990s: Diminished Influence, Resurgent Violence.
12. After Reagan, Rumbling on the Right.
13. Epilogue.



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