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eBook The Anti-Abortion Movement and the Rise of the Religious Right: From Polite to Fiery Protest (Social Movements Past and Present Series) ePub

by Dallas A. Blanchard

  • ISBN: 080573872X
  • Category: Womens Studies
  • Subcategory: Politics
  • Author: Dallas A. Blanchard
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Twayne Pub (January 1, 1994)
  • Pages: 177
  • ePub book: 1112 kb
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Series: Social Movements Past and Present Series.

Series: Social Movements Past and Present Series. Hardcover: 177 pages. Publisher: Twayne Pub (January 1, 1994).

Xiii, 177 pages : 23 cm. In this volume, Dallas Blanchard chronicles the movement from its innocuous beginnings to its volatile present day incarnation. The single most important influence on the movement's character since the 1970's, Blanchard argues, is the religious right, in particular the rightist ideology of cultural fundamentalism. Includes bibliographical references (pages 155-170) and index.

The Anti-Abortion Movement: References and Resources begins with a survey of the movement covering the history of abortion in the United States, the rise of national pro-life organizations, and the changing tactics and future of the movement.

The Anti-Abortion Movement: References and Resources begins with a survey of the movement covering the history of abortion in the United States, the rise of national pro-life organizations, and the changing tactics and future of the movement

Blanchard, Dallas . The Anti-Abortion Movement: Testing a Theory of the Rise and Fall of Social Movements .

Blanchard, Dallas . Leahy, Peter James (1977). Related Items in Google Scholar.

Anti-Abortion Movement. by Dallas A. Blanchard. Virtually no American social movement in modern history has generated more heated debate and violence than the anti-abortion movement

Anti-Abortion Movement. Virtually no American social movement in modern history has generated more heated debate and violence than the anti-abortion movement. Ever since the 1973 Supreme Court decisions in Roe v. Wade and Doe v. Bolton, numerous anti-abortion organizations have arisen, engaging in activities ranging from government lobbying for more restrictive laws to violent protests threatening the safety of physicians and patients.

from polite to fiery protest. Social movements past and present. Published 1994 by Twayne Publishers, Maxwell Macmillan Canada, Maxwell Macmillan International in New York, Toronto, New York. Internet Archive Wishlist, Abortion, Pro-life movement, History, Bu˜rgerrechtsbewegung, uch.

The anti-abortion movement and the rise of the religious right: From polite to fiery protest. Religious violence and abortion: The Gideon project. Gainesville: University Press of Florida. New York: Twayne Publishers. Blanchard, D. & Prewitt, T. J. (1993). Antinatalism, maternity and paternity in national socialist racism. In G. Bock & P. Thane (Ed., Maternity and gender politics: Women and the rise of the European welfare state, 1880s–1950s.

After 2020, their demographic weight will begin to tip the balance in the culture wars towards the conservative . Blanchard, Dallas A. The Anti-Abortion Movement and the Rise of the Religious Right: From Polite to Fiery Protest (1994).

After 2020, their demographic weight will begin to tip the balance in the culture wars towards the conservative side, ramping up pressure on hot-button issues such as abortion. By the end of the century, three quarters of America may be pro-life. The Religious Right and the Carter Administration. Historical Journal 2005 48(1): 231-260, Jensen, Richard.

Dallas A. Blanchard (Author). Looks at the organizations involved, discusses cultural, ideological, and political influences, and argues that the movement is a rejection of modern secular life. Dallas A. 0%. 4 star4 star (0%). 177 pp. Primary author with Terry J. Prewitt. 411 pp. Gainesville: University Press of Florida, 1993. Joint project of the American Sociological Association and the Association for the Sociology of Religion.

Looks at the organizations involved, discusses cultural, ideological, and political influences, and argues that the movement is a rejection of modern secular life