The politics of values: games political strategists play
The Politics of Values examines the emergence, climax, and gradual erosion of the symbiotic relationship between the Republican Party and the Evangelicals from 1998 to 2008. It argues that their similar, conservative, social values tied them together in moral, ideological, and partisan ways during the last decade, thus jeopardizing the principle of the separation of church and state and doing irreparable harm to the American political process.
26 pages matching White House in this book
Results 1-3 of 26
What people are saying - Write a review
We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.
Evangelicals Social Conservatives
Values Values Everywhere
Impacting the Political Process
6 other sections not shown
2006 midterm elections abortion Abramoff agenda American political articulate became believe Bible biblical bishops black church Bush administration Bush's called campaign candidates Catholic challenge Christian Clinton committed contends create critical culture debate Democratic Party evangelicals faith family values FBCI federal foreign policy funds future gay marriage gious gospel Haggard ideological influence intelligent design Iraq Jack Abramoff James Dobson Jesus John Karl Rove Kerry legislation liberal major megachurches Michael midterm elections million ministers moral values National Obama organization percent political arena political process politics of values presidential pro-life programs public policy relationship religion religious conservatives religious groups religious leaders religious left religious right Republican Party Reverend role Rove's Schiavo Senator Sider Silver Ring Thing social conservatives spiritual stem cell research T. D. Jakes Terri Terri Schiavo tion traditional United values voters vote Washington wedge issues White House