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Politically incorrect : [electronic resource] the emerging faith factor in American politics / Ralph Reed ; with a foreword by William Bennett.

By: Reed, Ralph, 1961-.
Material type: TextTextPublisher: Dallas : Word Pub., c1994Description: xvi, 312 p. ; 25 cm.ISBN: 0849911729; 9780849911729.Subject(s): Conservatism -- Religious aspects -- Christianity | Sociology, Christian -- United States | Christianity and politics -- History -- 20th century | Evangelicalism -- United States -- History -- 20th century | Christentum | Politik | USADDC classification: 320.5/5/0973 Online resources: Free eBook from the Internet Archive | Additional information and access via Open Library
Contents:
The winning coalition : people of faith uniting together -- What the world would look like : a religious conservative vision for America -- To the back of the bus : the marginalization of religion -- The new Amos and Andy : how the media portrays people of faith -- Faith versus fanaticism : how religion has become marginalized -- The fire this time : family breakup and social chaos -- Adventures in porkland : the end of politics as usual -- A Jurassic jungle : the dinosaurs of business, labor, and the media -- Separation of church and state : "Christian nation" and other heresies -- We stand at Armageddon : religion and the reformist impulse -- The electronic Godzilla : television, talk radio, and politics -- The smoking volcano : Ross Perot and the populist revolt -- Miracle at the grassroots : Christian Coalition and the pro-family movement -- Clinton agonistes : Woodstock goes to the White House -- To cast a wider net : why we need a broader issues agenda -- The curse of Ham : religion and racism in America -- What is right about America : how you can make a difference.
Summary: Today's multicultural elite seem to want every voice to be heard - except that of conservative Christians and other people of faith. Yet our nation was founded on principles of faith, morality, and conscience - values that suddenly have been deemed politically incorrect.
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Includes bibliographical references and index.

The winning coalition : people of faith uniting together -- What the world would look like : a religious conservative vision for America -- To the back of the bus : the marginalization of religion -- The new Amos and Andy : how the media portrays people of faith -- Faith versus fanaticism : how religion has become marginalized -- The fire this time : family breakup and social chaos -- Adventures in porkland : the end of politics as usual -- A Jurassic jungle : the dinosaurs of business, labor, and the media -- Separation of church and state : "Christian nation" and other heresies -- We stand at Armageddon : religion and the reformist impulse -- The electronic Godzilla : television, talk radio, and politics -- The smoking volcano : Ross Perot and the populist revolt -- Miracle at the grassroots : Christian Coalition and the pro-family movement -- Clinton agonistes : Woodstock goes to the White House -- To cast a wider net : why we need a broader issues agenda -- The curse of Ham : religion and racism in America -- What is right about America : how you can make a difference.

Today's multicultural elite seem to want every voice to be heard - except that of conservative Christians and other people of faith. Yet our nation was founded on principles of faith, morality, and conscience - values that suddenly have been deemed politically incorrect.

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