Introduction; Part One - Genesis; 1. Garden of Eden or Gulag?: New Zealand Myths of the Origins of the New Right; 2. Exegesis: Marketing Moralities or What's Missing From the Conventional Accounts?; 3. The New Gospel of Prosperity: New Right Pilgrims & Their Networks of transitional Power; Part Two - Exodus; 4. Redemption from Moral Decay; The Right Road to Washington; 5. The Conservative Restoration: The Battle Against the Leviathan; 6. Saving New Zealand from Serfdom: Rogers and Rationalists; Part 3 - Leviticus; 6. The New Priesthood Purifies the State; 7. Sexuality and the New Laws: The mobilization of the Religious Right; 8. Learning the Law: Education for Enterprise; 9. Widows, Orphans and Bastards: The Reform of Welfare; Part Four - Numbers; 10. New Prophets: Contesting the New Right; 11. Alternative Moralities: no One is Virtuous by Your Standards; 12. Division of Land: The Book of Ruth; Part Five - Deuteronomy; 13. Resisting the Golden Calf; 14. In Sight of the Promised Land; Index
Paul Morris is a professor of religious studies at Victoria University of Wellington. Dolores Janiewski is an associate professor of history at Victoria University of Wellington in New Zealand.