Veering Right: How the Bush Administration Subverts the Law for Conservative Causes

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Index
Abdullah, Saudi crown prince, 225, 249, 250–251, 274–275
ABM Treaty, 169–171, 229–230, 311
Abortion rights. See also Roe v. Wade
campaign against, 43–48
and late term abortions with D&X procedure, 48–58, 332n–333n
state legislations on, 56, 333n
Advertisements, political, and funding of issue ads, 17, 131, 137
Afghanistan, 99, 287
Bush lack of interest in, 262
campaign in 2001, 191, 195
Soviet invasion of, 246
Agency of International Development (AID), 271
Agriculture Department actions against environmental regulation, 123, 350n
Alaska, state and federal interests in, 143
Albright, Madeleine, 192
Alhamzi, Nawaf, 249, 255–256
Allard, Wayne, 387n
Allbaugh, Joe, 209–210
Allen, Claude, 71
Almidhar, Khalid, 249, 255–256
Al-Qaeda
bombings in Saudi Arabia, 276–278
in briefing of August 6 in 2001, 262, 272–273, 386n
embassy bombings in 1998, 78, 199
portrayed by Bush, 101, 102
American Bar Association prescreening of judicial nominations, 283–284, 388n
American Farm Bureau Federation, 354n
Anthrax attacks, 78, 79
Arctic National Wildlife Refuge (ANWR), 11, 123, 280
Arkansas Project, Olson involved in, 42, 330n
Armey, Dick, 97, 375n
Arsenic in drinking water, Bush policies on, 119, 280
Ashcroft, John
anti-abortion agenda, 56–58, 333n
assault on civil liberties, 77–101
assault on public-interest lawyers, 153, 363n
assault on Roe v. Wade,23, 38, 41, 43, 74, 76, 304, 330n
attacks on Reno, 79
blocking FBI investigators, 83–84, 254, 266
campaign against abortions, 43–48, 331n
and late term abortions with D&X procedure, 48–58, 332n–333n
concerns of House and Senate Judiciary Committees, 97, 343n
confirmation as attorney general, 41, 329n
defense of Estrada, 285

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  • Title Page *
  • Contents *
  • Acknowledgments ix
  • Introduction 1
  • 1 - Getting Ready to Veer Right 9
  • 2 - The Social Conservative Agenda 35
  • 3 - Libraries or Weapons? 77
  • 4 - Domestic Affairs Veer Right 104
  • 5 - The Corruptio 128
  • 6 - Going It Alone 157
  • 7 - Veering from Riyadh to Baghdad 189
  • 8 - Blindfolding the Public 237
  • 9 - If This Goes On 296
  • Notes 321
  • Bibliography 397
  • Index 423
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