Raised right fatherhood in modern american conservatism the cultural lives of law amazonde dudas jeffrey r fremdsprachige bucher. Raised right pursues these questions through a cultural study of three iconic conservative figures national review editor william f buckley jr president ronald reagan and supreme court justice clarence thomas examining their papers writings and rhetoric jeffrey r dudas identifies what he terms a paternal rights discourse the arguments about fatherhood and rights that permeate . Raised right uses autobiography and creative work of three conservative icons to offer compelling insights into the central ideological concerns that bind very different flavors of modern american conservatism together the invocation of parental authority the book is full of fascinating stories from the lives of william buckley ronald reagan and clarence thomas that offer many aha moments for any student of politics beautifully written thoughtful and a thoroughly convincing argument. The cultural lives of law series brings insights and approaches from cultural studies to law and tries to secure for law a jeffrey r dudas raised right fatherhood in modern american conservatism 2017 renee ann cramer pregnant author nesam mcmillan publisher stanford university press isbn 9781503612822 category law page 224 view 594 read now international crime and . Raised right offers an imaginative incisive and incendiary interpretation of modern political conservativism in the united states focusing in particular on its paradoxical discourses about paternal authority and the rights of self governing citizens dudas has produced a stunning analysis of enduring themes in contemporary american political culture
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