Title: Who's Afraid of the Religious Right?
Author: Don Feder
Date Published: May 1996
LOCN: BR1642.U5F43 1996
Dewey: 277.3/0825 20
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Chapter 1: Who's Afraid of the Religious Right?
Chapter 2: What in Heaven's Name is a Jewish Conservative?
Chapter 3: The Secular Jihad
Chapter 4: The Family Under Fire
Chapter 5: The Gay Nineties
Chapter 6: Aborting the American Dream
Chapter 7: The Culture War
Chapter 8: Oy Vey for Hollywood
Chapter 9: Diversity Dogma
Chapter 10: Crying Shame
Chapter 11: Can't Tell Right from Wrong
Chapter 12: The Yoke's on Us
Chapter 13: New World Disorder
Chapter 14: Counterattack
Chapter 15: The Real America
Chapter 16: Abraham, Isaac, Jacob, and Family Values
Author: Feder, Don, 1946- Title: Who's afraid of the religious right? / Don Feder. Published: Washington, D.C. : Regnery Pub., c1996. Description: xv, 315 p. ; 24 cm. LC Call No.: BR1642.U5F43 1996 Dewey No.: 277.3/0825 20 ISBN: 0895264560 Notes: Includes index. Subjects: Evangelicalism -- United States -- History -- 20th century. Fundamentalism -- History. Christianity and politics. Conservatism -- United States -- History -- 20th century. United States -- Politics and government -- 1993- Control No.: 95052644
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