Neuhaus, Richard John
May 1995
First Things: A Monthly Journal of Religion & Public Life;May1995, Issue 53, p86
Presents the breakdown on the religious affiliation of members of the 104th U.S. Congress. Increase in the number of Catholic congressmen; Frequency of Jewish representatives; Overrepresentation of the Pan African Orthodox.


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