A comprehensive look at an alliance that transformed American politics. Charting the Christian Right's influence on the Republican party, Williams traces its attempts to link conservative Protestantism to a partisan agenda; discusses campaigns against evolution; examines its ascendancy during the Reagan and George W. Bush presidencies; and shows why it continues to shape the political landscape. 400 pages, hardcover from Oxford University.
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