Holy Terror: The Fundamentalist War on America's Freedoms in Religion, Politics and Our Private Lives

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Doubleday, 1982 - Religion - 402 pages
Describes the targets, goals, and tactics of the religious right and relates the experiences of many who have left the movement

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Although this book is out of print, it's still a great overview of the evangelical movement as it was in the early 80s, before the rise of the religious powerhouses and influence in politics. Any ... Read full review

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Holy Terror
3
Slain in the Spirit
12
Potomac Fervor
26
Copyright

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Flo Conway and Jim Siegelman are award-winning journalists and the authors of Snapping: America's Epidemic of Sudden Personality Change (Lippincott, 1978) and Holy Terror: The Fundamentalist War on America's Freedoms in Religion, Politics, and Our Private Lives (Doubleday, 1982). They live in New York City.

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