Jenny's Reviews > Between Jesus and the Market: The Emotions that Matter in Right-Wing America

Between Jesus and the Market by Linda Kintz
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Jun 10, 08

bookshelves: women-in-religion
Read in January, 2006

Kints writes with a strong narrative voice, which is at times antagonistic. This was bothersome and at the same time lead to the integrity of her account. Her analysis is brilliant and eye-opening for an audience that fails to take conservatives (and espeically conserviative non-feminist women) seriously.
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Rachel your review makes me want to read it. As a conservative non-feminist woman who is also a stay at home Mom- I find our culture to be downright antagonistic towards me- esp. since I have my Masters Degree and have still decided to stay home full-time with my children while they are young. Think I will check this one out.


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