Spin Doctrine

Foer, Franklin
June 2000
New Republic;06/05/2000, Vol. 222 Issue 23, p18
Focuses on the inclination of the United States President George W. Bush, towards Catholicism with respect to his doctrine of compassionate conservatism; Reference to Bush's public born-again evangelicalism and his coterie of evangelical advisers; Reference to the catholic concept of subsidiarity which allows social problems to be solved by people and organizations; Excitement among Catholic neoconservatives on a long term alliance with evangelicals and their intellectual influence within the Bush campaign.


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