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The Religious Right, Second Edition

A Reference Handbook

The Religious Right, Second Edition by Glenn H. Utter
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This edition updates and expands its examination of the religious right and its influence on American government, citizens, society, and politics. The coverage offers a critical-historical survey of the movement, focusing on its increased involvement in the political arena, attempts to forge coalitions, and notable successes and failures. Recent elections are given special attention as a yardstick of the Right's continuing effort to further a conservative social agenda. Biographies of the men and women who have advanced the cause and an up-to-date chronology illuminate the movement's goals. Further research is facilitated by annotated listings of print and nonprint resources and websites (both pro and con) and organizations affiliated with the religious right, as well as those in opposition. Comprehensive in scope, this enlarged and updated work offers easy-to-read information for those seeking a better understanding of religious advocacy and its evolving role in American life.
ABC-CLIO; June 2002
396 pages; ISBN 9781576075944
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Title: The Religious Right, Second Edition
Author: Glenn H. Utter