The Twilight of Social Conservatism
American Culture Wars in the Obama Era
22 illustrations, 6 graphs, 1 table
“John Dombrink’s The Twilight of Social Conservatism is essential reading to fully comprehend the social, political, and economic forces that are shaping, and will shape, the American future.”
—Jerome Skolnick, co-author of Justice without Trial: Law Enforcement in Democratic Society
“Anyone eager to understand the political shifts of the Obama era needs to read Dombrink’s new book. In clear, straightforward prose, Dombrink analyzes the growth of the Tea Party, the ebbing of the religious right, and the emergence of the ‘new culture wars.’ Dombrink shrewdly analyzes the changing role of religion in American politics, and offers a peek at what’s to come.”
—Diane H. Winston, author of Red-Hot and Righteous: The Urban Religion of the Salvation Army
“Although written from a liberal perspective, the author is wrestling with the questions raised by rapidly changing electoral politics that scholars across the ideological spectrum are engaging.”
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