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Offers a statewide study of women's part in the history of conservatism, the New Right, and the Republican Party in the state of Georgia. Robin Morris examines how the growth of the Republican Party in the 1960s and 1970s was due in large part to the political activism of white women.
The primary research in Goldwater Girls to Reagan Women is fascinating and original. Morris's ground level construction of Georgia politics and white women's central role in reshaping state and by consequence national politics in the 1960s and 1970s provokes so many new questions and suggests revisions to much of what we know about white women's conservatism."-Elizabeth McRae, author of Mothers of Massive Resistance: White Women and the Politics of White Supremacy
"Goldwater Girls to Reagan Women is not just the same story in a new region-it is a fundamentally new contribution to the literature, which should be of interest not just to scholars of conservative women but to anyone seeking to understand what is arguably the most significant political transformation in recent U.S. history."-Emily Suzanne Johnson, author of This Is Our Message: Women's Leadership in the New Christian Right