What coalition?

Penning, James M.; Smidt, Corwin
January 1997
Christian Century;01/15/97, Vol. 114 Issue 2, p37
Points out how the Republican Party downplayed the role of Christian Right organization during the 1996 presidential campaign. Disappointment of Christian Right members over Bob Dole's neglect of social issues; Diversity within the organization; Endorsement of unconventional forms of political engagement.


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