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Raised right [electronic resource] : fatherhood in modern American conservatism

Raised right [electronic resource] : fatherhood in modern American conservatism

Material type
E-Book(소장)
Personal Author
Dudas, Jeffrey R.
Title Statement
Raised right [electronic resource] : fatherhood in modern American conservatism / Jeffrey R. Dudas.
Publication, Distribution, etc
Stanford, California :   Stanford Law Books, an imprint of Stanford University Press,   c2017.  
Physical Medium
1 online resource (xiv, 210 p.).
Series Statement
The cultural lives of law
ISBN
9781503601734 (electronic bk.) 1503601730 (electronic bk.) 9781503600188 1503600181 9781503601727 1503601722
요약
"How has the modern conservative movement thrived in spite of the lack of harmony among its constituent members? What, and who, holds together its large corporate interests, small-government libertarians, social and racial traditionalists, and evangelical Christians? 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 their personal lives and political visions. For each, paternal discipline was crucial to producing autonomous citizens worthy and capable of self-governance. This paternalist logic is the cohesive agent for an entire conservative movement, uniting its celebration of "founding fathers," past and present, constitutional and biological. Yet this discourse produces a paradox: When do authoritative fathers transfer their rights to these well-raised citizens? This duality propels conservative politics forward with unruly results. The mythology of these American fathers gives conservatives something, and someone, to believe in--and therein lies its timeless appeal." -- Publisher's website.
General Note
Title from e-Book title page.  
Content Notes
Raised right -- Something to believe in : modern American conservatism & the paternal rights discourse -- Penetrating the inner sanctum : William F. Buckley, Jr., paternal desire, and the rights of man -- "The greatest nation on earth" : Ronald Reagan, fathers, and the rights of Americans -- All the rage : Clarence Thomas, daddy, and the tragedy of rights -- A nightmare walking : the haunting of modern American conservatism.
Bibliography, Etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references and index.
이용가능한 다른형태자료
Issued also as a book.  
Subject Added Entry-Topical Term
Conservatives --Family relationships --United States. Families --Political aspects --United States. Civil rights --United States --Philosophy. Fathers and sons --United States. Conservatism --United States.
주제명(개인명)
Buckley, William F.,   Jr.,   1925-2008   Family.  
Reagan, Ronald   Family.  
Thomas, Clarence,   1948-   Family.  
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Table of Contents

Intro -- Contents -- Preface -- 1. Raised Right -- 2. Something to Believe In: Modern American Conservatism and the Paternal Rights Discourse -- 3. Penetrating the Inner Sanctum: William F. Buckley Jr., Paternal Desire, and the Rights of Man -- 4. “The Greatest Nation on Earth”: Ronald Reagan, Fathers, and the Rights of Americans -- 5. All the Rage: Clarence Thomas, Daddy, and the Tragedy of Rights -- 6. A Nightmare Walking: The Haunting of Modern American Conservatism -- Notes -- References -- Index -- .

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