After the Culture War?: Shifts and Continuities in American Conservatism

@article{Dombrink2012AfterTC,
  title={After the Culture War?: Shifts and Continuities in American Conservatism},
  author={J. Dombrink},
  journal={Canadian Review of American Studies},
  year={2012},
  volume={42},
  pages={301 - 321}
}
  • J. Dombrink
  • Published 2012
  • Sociology
  • Canadian Review of American Studies
Following the 2008 American election, some analysts concluded that the election had signalled an end to the polarization and culture wars that had typified American politics. To some, demographic changes would cause this demise. To others, the moderating of religious groups was crucial. As social conservatives came to grips with the 2008 electoral defeats, some argued for emphasis on culture-war issues to revive their role. Sin No More (John Dombrink and Daniel Hillyard, 2007) had argued that… 
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