All in the family : the realignment of American democracy since the 1960s
by
 
Self, Robert O., 1968-

Title
All in the family : the realignment of American democracy since the 1960s

Author
Self, Robert O., 1968-

ISBN
9780809095025

Personal Author
Self, Robert O., 1968-

Edition
First edition.

Publication Information
New York : Hill and Wang, 2012.

Physical Description
viii, 518 pages ; 24 cm

General Note
Includes index.

Contents
This is a man's world, 1964-1973 -- Are you man enough? Sixties breadwinner liberalism -- Last man to die: Vietnam and the citizen soldier -- Homosexual tendencies: gay men and sexual citizenship -- The subjection of women, 1964-1976 -- The working mother has no wife: the dilemmas of market and motherhood -- Bodies on trial: the politics of reproduction -- American sappho: the lesbian political imagination -- The permissive society, 1968-1980 -- Wild before the fire: the sexual politics of an erotic revolution -- No steelworkers and no plumbers: liberalism in trouble -- A strange but righteous power: the breadwinner conservatism of forgotten Americans -- A process of coming out: from liberation to gay politics -- Family values, 1973-2011 -- The price of liberty: antifeminism and the crisis of the family -- Go ye into all the world: god, family, and country in the fourth great awakening -- Ancient roots: the Reagan Revolution's gender and sexual politics -- Epilogue: neoliberalism and the making of the culture war.

Subject Term
Social values -- Political aspects -- United States.
 
Families -- Political aspects -- United States.

Geographic Term
United States -- Social conditions -- 1945-
 
United States -- Politics and government -- 1945-1989.
 
United States -- Politics and government -- 1989-


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University LibraryBook0326899HN90 .M6 S437 2012Central Campus LibraryCentral Campus Library