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Private lives, public conflicts: battles over gay rights in American communities

James W. Button, Barbara Ann Rienzo, Kenneth D. Wald - Social Science - 1997 - 223 pages
Should an employer be required to cover a gay employee's partner under its insurance plan? Do schools have a responsibility to protect gay students from harassment and violence ...
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The Politics of Cultural Differences: Social Change and Voter Mobilization ...

David C. Leege, Kenneth D. Wald, Brian S. Krueger, Paul D. Mueller - Political Science - 2009 - 304 pages
How did Republicans manage to hold the White House through much of the past half century even as the Democratic Party held the hearts of most American voters? The authors of ...
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Politics and Religion in the United States

Michael Corbett, Julia Corbett-Hemeyer, J. Matthew Wilson - Political Science - 2014 - 392 pages
There is a complex relationship between religiosity and secularism in the American experience. America is notable both for its strict institutional separation of church and ...
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Crosses on the Ballot: Patterns of British Voter Alignment since 1885

Kenneth D. Wald - Political Science - 2014 - 282 pages
In an exploration of mass voter alignments in Great Britain, Kenneth D. Wald illuminates the electoral consequences of major social divisions and the relationship between ...
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Souled Out: Reclaiming Faith and Politics After the Religious Right

E. J. Dionne - Political Science - 2008 - 251 pages
A syndicated columnist for the Washington Post explains why the era of the religious right and the crude exploitation of faith for political advantage is over in a study that ...
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Gloryland: Christian Suburbia, Christian Nation

H. B. Cavalcanti - Political Science - 2007 - 177 pages
Documents the transformation of Christian conservatism into a middle-class, suburban faith.
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