Globalisation, theocracy and the new fascism: the US Right’s rise to power

@article{Davidson2006GlobalisationTA,
  title={Globalisation, theocracy and the new fascism: the US Right’s rise to power},
  author={C. Davidson and Jerry Harris},
  journal={Race and Class},
  year={2006},
  volume={47},
  pages={47 - 67}
}
The Christian Right is an increasingly powerful phenomenon in US politics. Extremely influential in the current administration, it has been building a mass base across the nation. This analysis of a movement that has been growing over the past four decades reveals the complex interrelationships between its different strands, their reach into the mass media, their war of attrition against socially liberal legislation and the opportunistic links with elements of the pro-Israel lobby. Also… Expand
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