The Myth of Declension

Nuechterlein, James
May 1999
First Things: A Monthly Journal of Religion & Public Life;May1999, Issue 93, p11
Addresses the concern of Conservatives regarding the moral implications of the non-impeachment of United States President Bill Clinton. Comparison of the reactions of Conservatives and the American public on Clinton's behavior; Failure of the American society to live up to the moral standards of the Puritans; Conservatives' concerns on the moral decline of the American society.


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