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Various - Moral Minority - Cries Of Dissent Album

Various - Moral Minority - Cries Of Dissent Album
Performer: Various
Title: Moral Minority - Cries Of Dissent
Country: Canada
Genre: Rock Music
Style:Hardcore, Punk
Label: Not On Label
MP3 album szie: 2008 mb
FLAC album size: 2186 mb

Tracklist

1Manner FarmMaximum Security
2Beautiful YouthBouche Trou
3The Day After Tomorrow BandDreary And Fateful
4The Odds Are Against UsGoing Blind
5Ken ModeDemanded Response
6Hooflug38 Pound Hector
7D.B.S.A Foundation For Positive Change
8The PortmansKill Me Please
9Equation Of StateNew Beginning
10Head Hits ConcreteNeo Nazi Public Execution
11Submission HoldWalter
12Chupacabra Seed.Root.Fire
13JuntoThe Longest Mile
14Tastes Like Burning On The Topic Of You And How You Suck
15Generation CondemnedNo Hope
16Set Aside Assimilation Nation
17This Day ForthKills Me To Say
18The RadissonsHappy Cloud
19Human BreedInsane
20Sadie HawkinsDogma
21Random SampleIgnorance Is Cowardice
227teen You And I
23FB System Soldier

Notes

Comp CD from Saskatchewan put out by Jodi of Moral Minority fanzine

Short intro

Listen to all tracks of Moral Minority - Cries Of Dissent for free. Tracks In This Album. Insane - Human Breed. Bouche Trou - Beautiful Youth. You And I - 7teen. Dreary And Fateful - The Day After Tomorrow Band. 38 Pound Hector - Hooflug. Happy Cloud - The Radissons. Moral Minority. Your Rating. Overview . Album 2003 11 Songs. Moral Minority is a vivid topography of a little-understood corner of evangelical thought. This is a story of failures and might-have-beens, but it is just as illuminating as a history of political success. Yet left-wing evangelicals measured arguments were no match for cries that abortion is murder and family values are under siege. It seems they were not so mainstream after all: efforts at fund-raising fell flat, and by the mid-80s half of the subscriptions to Walliss magazine, Sojourners, went to Catholics. In Moral Minorities, Kyle Volk examines why, in an era of mass democracy, ordinary Americans organized to protect their civil liberties. Minority rights, it turns out, did not emerge just from elites and courts, but from the grassroots efforts of citizens determined to protect their liberties from overzealous majorities. A must-read for anyone interested in the tension between majority rule and minority rights in a diverse society. Johann Neem, author of Creating a Nation of Joiners: Democracy and Civil Society in Early National Massachusetts. Listen free to A Moral Static World View: in Dissent Minor Don't Be Shy, to the deaf and more. 4 tracks 17:35. Swartz sets out to answer these questions, charting the rise, decline, and political legacy of this forgotten movement. Though vibrant in the late nineteenth century, progressive evangelicals were in eclipse following religious controversies of the early twentieth century, only to reemerge in the 1960s and 1970s. These moral minorities prompted a generation of Americans to reassess whether majority rule was truly the essence of democracy, and they ensured that majority tyranny would no longer be just the fear of elites and slaveholders. Beginning in the mid-nineteenth-century, minority rights became the concern of a wide range of Americans attempting to live in an increasingly diverse nation. Volk reveals that driving this vast ideological reckoning was the emergence of America's tradition of popular minority-rights politics. To challenge hostile laws and policies, moral minorities wor