Description:  Book: “How did the American right wing, which began as a small clique of post-World War II conservative intellectuals, transform into well-heeled, grassroots movements representing millions of ordinary citizens? Providing insight into today’s headlines, Roads to Dominion answers this question with a compelling and thorough look at the broad range of right-wing movements in this country. Based on research that draws extensively from primary source literature, Sara Diamond traces the development of four types of right-wing movements over the past 50 yearsm-the anticommunist conservative movement, the racist Right, the Christian Right, and the neoconservativesm-and provides an astute historical analysis of each. Maintaining a nonjudgmental tone throughout the book, she explores these movements’ roles within the political process and examines their relationships with administrations in power.”


Resource Type(s):  Book/ebook

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