The Light at The End of the Tunnel of Love

Luce, Clare Boothe
November 1976
National Review;11/12/1976, Vol. 28 Issue 43, p1227
The article comments on the positions of the intellectuals, such as Arthur Schlesinger, Jr., concerning U.S. presidential candidate Jimmy Carter and his brand of Christian socialism. It expresses opinion on how the intellectuals view Carter's approaches to various political issues. It examines the political record of Carter in order to understand his stance on moral issues. It also suggests that religion should be separated from politics in terms of leadership.


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