The Democratic Virtues of the Christian Right

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Index
Note: Page references in italics refer to illustrations.
abolitionist movement, 3
Abortion: The Clash of Absolutes (Tribe), 158
Abortion and the Politics of Motherhood (Luker), 11,68, 102–3, 105–7
abortion clinics: disruption/harassment/ violence at, 54–58, 56 (table), 58 (table), 96–98, 106 (see also under rescue movement); sidewalk counselors at, 31–32, 58 (see also sidewalk counselors). See also Hope Clinic for Women
abortion debate: abortion decisions as religious, 34; culture's influence on, 100, 107–10; dispassionate vs. passionate approaches to, 157–58; and the fetus's ontological status, 44, 111–12; images of aborted fetuses used in, 43–44, 47, 103–4; influence of on political/protest activity, 68–69, 176n2; “the less advantaged” vs. abortion, emphasis on, 155; motherhood conceptions in, 11, 102–7; vs. other social issues, 69; Judith Jarvis Thompson's violinist analogy, 111. See also deliberation and abortion politics; pro-choice movement; pro-life activism; Roe v. Wade
Abortion Handbook (B. Willke), 103
accuracy as a deliberative norm, 19, 39–45
activists, Christian Right: democratic education of (see democratic education in the Christian Right). See Christian radicalism; Christian Right; pro-life activism advocacy groups, 150
agape, 107
Alcorn, Randy: Pro-Life Answers to Pro-Choice Arguments, 44
Alder, Jeremy, 76–77 Almond, Gabriel: Strong Religion, 12–13
American Academy of Arts and Sciences (University of Chicago),12
American Political Science Association, 149
American Prospect, 13
Ammiano, Tom, 91
Anderson, Kerby, 36
anticommunism, 7, 112, 155
anti-intellectualism, 42
Appelby, R. Scott: Strong Religion, 12–13
Appleton, Joan, 104
Arizona Right to Life, 26, 34
Arkansas Right to Life, 26
Ault, James, 51–52
authenticity, 107–10. See also participatory freedom
Banfield, Edward, 17
Baptists, 128, 132
Barakso, Maryann, 108
Barber, Benjamin, 29
Beinart, Peter, 117, 145
Bell, Daniel, 8, 11
Bendyna, Mary, 128
Berman, Paul, 109
Berry, Jeffrey, 154
Beverly LaHaye Live, 169n90
bioethics, 39, 81, 111. See also abortion debate
Birthright, 38, 43
Bivins, Jason, 14
Black Power, 3
Bolce, Louis, 61–62
“bowling alone” thesis, 2
Brady, Henry, 11, 148, 155
Broder, David, 109
Bunzel, John, 9
Burgess, Sally, 96
Bush, George W., 14, 39, 66, 88–89, 146
Button, Mark, 151–52
California Life Coalition, 57, 103
Calvinism, 3, 59
Care Net: Abortion Education Guidelines, 43; on confrontation, 29; deliberative norms promoted by, 24, 32, 40–41; evangelical mission of, 38–39; on images of aborted fetuses, 43; size of, 20
Carmines, Edward, 152
Carter, Jimmy, 119–20
Catholics: vs. Baptists, 128; conservative, 54, 107; counter-demonstrations by,

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • Tables and Figures ix
  • Acknowledgments xi
  • Introduction 1
  • Chapter One - Democratic Education in the Christian Right 19
  • Chapter Two - Christian Radicalism 46
  • Chapter Three - The Varieties of Pro-Life Activism 68
  • Chapter Four - Deliberation and Abortion Politics 100
  • Chapter Five - Reviving Participatory Democracy 115
  • Chapter Six - Participation, Deliberation, and Values Voters 147
  • Notes 161
  • Index 189
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