Evangelicals at the Ballot Box
Evangelical Christians have fast become one of the most organized political power blocs of the decade. Who are these mainly Protestant, "born-again" voters and how have they changed the face of American politics? Evangelicals At The Ballot Box, veteran political analyst Albert Menendez's ground-breaking study, reveals the voting patterns of various evangelical denominations to focus on the political, social, economic, and policy issues and concerns that produce coalitions and factions within the ranks. Using recent election results, census data, religious membership surveys, public opinion polls, and related literature, Menendez provides a detailed picture of this emerging Christian political phenomenon -- the power of which has yet to be fully understood.
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