The Democrats' Religious Gamble

October 1984
National Review;10/5/1984, Vol. 36 Issue 19, p16
Comments on the position on the separation of church and state by Democratic Party politicians critical of the administration of United States President Ronald Reagan. Motives by presidential candidate Walter Mondale in attacking the statements made by Reagan about the religious intolerance of those who criticize prayer in schools; Problems in winning voter support by Mondale.


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