Tag Archives: sociology

Friday, August 16, 2013

“Literally” Regulating to death What I learned from Richard J. Mouw Assurance of Salvation – better than nothing Tolerable and intolerable homophobes Orthodox Distributism? I’ll see your identity politics and raise you a pity party

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More on Red and Blue families

Ross Douthat writes today some further analysis of the provocative new book and Red and Blue families in America, on which I wrote last week. Read it if interested, because what follows is not (with one exception) a summary. Notable … Continue reading

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Is abortion the seed or the flower of Culture Wars?

The buzz about the new book Red Families, Blue Families continues with a conservative columnist I greatly respect, Maggie Gallagher. Maggie, author of The Abolition of Marriage and a tireless advocate of traditional western marriage, thinks the culture wars start … Continue reading

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Globalization + the Pill = Culture Wars

A very interesting post at FPR clued me in to a Jonathan Rauch article in National Journal, which in turn discusses a new book that essentially publishes a Grand Unification Theory of the origins of “Red” and “Blue” America. I … Continue reading

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