6 edition of The rise of the right found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||by William A. Rusher.|
|LC Classifications||E839.5 .R87 1984|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||336 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||336|
|LC Control Number||84060207|
The rise of the Religious Right is one of the most important political and cultural stories of our time. To many, this controversial movement threatens to upset the nation's delicate balance of religious and secular interests. To others, the Religious Right is valiantly struggling to preserve religious liberty and to prove itself as the last, best hope to save America's soul. The book The Rise of the Right: English Nationalism and the Transformation of Working-Class Politics, Simon Winlow, Steve Hall, and James Treadwell is published by Bristol University Press.
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Through careful research and analysis, The Rise of the Alt-Right addresses these and other questions, tracing the movement’s history from the founding of modern conservatism in postwar America to the current Trump era. Although the Alt-Right might seem to be just the latest extremist group to arise in the United States—one likely to take Cited by: 2. Books on the Far Right. Inside Organized Racism: Women in the Hate en Blee. University of California Press. US sociologist Kathleen Blee is a pioneer in the study of the far right in general, and the role of women within the US far right in particular. Her work is defined by remarkable access to far right activists as well as exceptional reflection on the challenges of.
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William A. Rusher's "Rise of the Right" is a fascinating insider look at the rise to prominence of "the conservative movement" as many Americans understood it in the years from Goldwater to Reagan.
The long-time publisher of National Review, Rusher was one of the key forces behind the The rise of the right book Goldwater movement in the early '60s, and the Goldwater era occupies about a third of the book.4/5(1). This book looks at the 'rise of the right', but with the conviction that the right is something evil which must be opposed and combated by all reasonable people.
With that premise driving it, the book leaves a great deal out. It seems Peter Dutton has been singled out as the new face of fascism/5. In my book review of this important original work, I have chosen to limit my own focus to Winlow, Hall and Treadwell’s claim that neo-liberal dominance of post-industrialised nations of the West – particularly in the UK (as their example for the rise of the "Right" in working class politics), has had an unintended back-fire effect in terms Cited by: Original Title.
The Rise of the Right. ISBN. (ISBN ) Edition Language. English. Other Editions (1) All Editions | Add a New Edition | Combine. Less Detail/5(13). “An honest book that critiques, questions, and debates the relationship between an unfair neoliberal society, working-class people, and the rise of the right.
Lisa Mckenzie “An unapologetically bleak account of contemporary Britain, cutting angrily and incisively through the thickets of liberal : Simon Winlow. The Rise of the Right.: The shock Brexit result highlighted a worrying trend: underemployed white men and women who have seen their standard of living fall, their communities disintegrate and their sense of value, function and inclusion diminish, desperately want a.
Rather than cast aspersions or mount arguments about the larger success of society as a whole, The Rise of the Right takes these men and their concerns seriously, showing where their opinions are factually wrong but arguing powerfully that liberal politics must find a way of acknowledging and addressing their legitimate fears and The rise of the right among the working class, the authors claim, is inextricably connected to the withdrawal of the political left from traditional working-class communities, and the left’s refusal to advance the economic interests of those who have suffered most from neoliberal economic restructuring/5.
Thomas Main's The Rise of the Alt-Right is a thorough examination of this movement, its origin, and its possible future. Main does something special―he takes the time to look at the movement through data on its audience. This challenges the notion that the ideas animating this movement represents a fringe viewpoint/5(4).
The rise of the right among the working class, the authors claim, is inextricably connected to the withdrawal of the political left from traditional working-class communities, and the left's refusal to advance the economic interests of those who have suffered most from neoliberal economic restructuring/5(25).
Finally a book comes along that details the startling and extraordinary rise of the European Right in Politics. With the end of World War Two in Europe's right wing was cleansed, and even made illegal in some European countries, like Germany It was the right wing parties that had plunged Europe into war and subsequently been involved in Genocide/5(3).
The populist right is dominant in Australia, says Tasmanian barrister Greg Barns in a new book. Mr Barns, a former Liberal Party adviser and candidate, has written The Rise of the Right ahead of. Plugging the gap in party literature, The Rise of the Republican Right: From Goldwater to Reagan provides a comprehensive account of the rise of the Republican Right in the years between Barry Goldwater’s presidential defeat and the election of Ronald Reagan as president in Book Edition: 1st Edition.
Never abandoning its analysis of the complex relationship between homosexuals and liberal society, the book examines the conflict between liberationists and assimilationists that has raged since the Stonewall era, and explores how political success tipped the balance and facilitated the rise of the gay Right.
Finally this book offers an /5(2). Book Description. Few scholars have paid close attention to the factors internal to the Republican Party that helped the Right to consolidate its power within the party between the s and the s. Plugging the gap in party literature, The Rise of the Republican Right.
The rise of the right among the working class, the authors claim, is inextricably connected to the withdrawal of the political left from traditional working-class communities, and the left’s refusal to advance the economic interests of those who have suffered most from neoliberal economic restructuring.
The Rise of the Alt-Right is thus an important study for anyone interested in the future of American politics and public ebook, pages Published May 29th by Brookings Institution Press/5.
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Ideological Possession and the Rise of the New Right will appeal to both undergraduate and graduate students of psychology and intellectual history. The book will also be of interest to those wishing to understand the new nationalist, nativist and Identarian : Laurie M.
Johnson. The results of the last European Elections of confirmed the rise of right and far right 'populist' parties across the EU. The success of a range of parties, such as Denmark’s Dansk Folskeparti, Slovenia’s Slovenska demokratska stranka, France’s Front National, Greece’s Golden Dawn, the United Kingdom Independence Party, Beppe Grillo’s Five Star Movement in Italy and the Austrian.
The rise of the right. [William A Rusher] -- Rusher, publisher of the National Review magazine, presents a lively, candid, autobiographical account of the modern conservative movement and its impact on American politics.
A reader responds to a recent review of books about Republicans and the Tea Party. was a revealing discussion of the rise of the right and the .The book Morbid Symptoms: The Global Rise of the Far-Right, Owen Worth is published by Zed Books. Morbid Symptoms: The Global Rise of the Far-Right, Worth All Chicago e-books are on sale at 30% off with the code EBOOK