Frum, David
September 1994
New Republic;9/12/94, Vol. 211 Issue 11, p17
Focuses on the resurgence of Christian right in the U.S. Electoral success of Christian conservatives; Victories in school board seats, assembly races, local Republican party chairmanships; Reverend Pat Robertson's dropping out of the 1988 Republican presidential contest after finishing fourth in South Carolina; Indirect wielding of power of Christian right; Issues on the separation of the church and the state; Educational point of Christian conservatives.


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