Roads to Dominion: Right-wing Movements and Political Power in the United States

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Guilford Press, Sep 8, 1995 - Political Science - 445 pages
Diamond looks at conservative politics in the United States from World War II to the post-Reagan years.
 

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ROADS TO DOMINION: Right-Wing Movements and Political Power in the United States

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Sociologist Diamond writes on the four-fold mobilization of conservative power in the United States. In the past 35 years American conservatives have gone from a sometimes loud but disenfranchised ... Read full review

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This is a very well-written book. My professor used this in our American Conservatism class, and not only does it give a good timeline about the development of the conservative movement, but it also breaks down the various schools of thought, how they interact (or conflict) with each other, the historical context behind their actions, and what they were aiming for. Its a really interesting read. 

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Sara Diamond, PhD, a leading authority on right-wing movements in the United States, holds a doctorate in sociology from the University of California. She is the author of Roads to Dominion: Right-Wing Movements and Political Power in the United States; Spiritual Warfare: The Politics of the Christian Right; and Facing the Wrath: Confronting the Right in Dangerous Times. She lives in Berkeley, California.

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