It's the Culture, Stupid! 1992 and Our Political Future

Kellstedt, Lyman A.; Green, John C.; Guth, James L.; Smidt, Corwin E.
April 1994
First Things: A Monthly Journal of Religion & Public Life;Apr1994, Issue 42, p28
Focuses on the impact of economic distress on the result of the 1992 presidential election in the U.S. Discussion of the notion that economics is the foundation of the country's partisan alignments; Information on cultural politics; Support of mainline Protestants for the Republican coalition.


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