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Renewal argues that rather than a decline of the priesthood and a diminishing influence of the Catholic Church, we are living in a time of transformation and revitalization.
In The Politics of Abortion, Anne Hendershott carefully analyzes the politics behind our most contentious issue. How did the culture shift that produced Roe v Wade occur? How did the Democratic Party move from being the party of the New Deal, Medicare, and Aid to Families with Dependent Children to the party of abortion-on-demand?
The Politics of Deviance asserts that cultural definitions of deviance—from teenage sex, suicide, substance abuse, and other questionable behaviors—that rely upon reason, and not emotion or political advocacy, are indispensable to the process of generating and sustaining social values and reaffirming the moral ties that bind us together.