The Voter's Guide to Church-State Issues

Menendez, Albert J.
November 1992
Humanist;Nov/Dec92, Vol. 52 Issue 6, p21
Examines the United States electorate as it faces a critical national election, one in which issues involving church and state, religious freedom and moral values have played a crucial role in the formation of public opinion and party strategy. Democratic and Republican parties suggest strong differences on these issues; Abortion; Education; Reagan-Bush administration; Regulation of moral behavior of American people.


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