Globalizing Family Values is the first comprehensive study of the Christian Right’s global reach and its impact on international law and politics. Doris Buss and Didi Herman explore tensions, contradictions, victories, and defeats for the Christian Right’s global project, particularly in the United Nations; the result is a detailed look at a new global player.
Subjects: Political Science
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