Catholics and the 1996 Election

McHugh, James T.
February 1997
First Things: A Monthly Journal of Religion & Public Life;Feb1997, Issue 70, p15
Discusses the voting pattern of Roman Catholics in the 1996 presidential elections in the U.S. Percentage of the votes accounted for U.S. President Bill Clinton; Factors that contributed to an increase in the Catholic vote share of Clinton; Basis of the voting patterns of Catholics.


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