Judis, John B.
September 1994
New Republic;9/12/94, Vol. 211 Issue 11, p21
Focuses on the rise of the Christian right in American politics. History of the Christian right; Response to U.S. Supreme Court decisions limiting school prayer and liberalizing abortion, and to the dramatic changes in American family life and leisure that spurred feminism, gay rights, teenage sexuality and music television; General assumptions about politics and Christianity; Basic politics drawn from literal reading of the Bible; Goal of political activity to restore the United States as a Christian nation.


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