Born-again Politics and the Moral Majoritywhat Social Surveys Really Show
Examines the extent of support for the Moral Majority and this movement's potential for translating Moral Majority sentiments into significant political activity. Includes two surveys from the Dallas_Ft. Worth area, a center of religious and political conservatism that is often considered a stronghold of the Moral Majority.
"This is the first book to appear using social science methods to study the moral majority. . . . clearly written . . . . a readable assessment of the moral majority that helps us put this movement into perspective." - Journal of the American Academy of Religion
". . . usefully confirms what others have shown . . . ." - Contemporary Sociology
". . . Shupe and Stacey succeed in putting a pin in the Christian right's self-inflated balloon of wide-spread popular support and consensus." - Journal of Church and State
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