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Rozell, Mark J.

Religion and the Bush Presidency

Rozell, Mark J. - Religion and the Bush Presidency, ebook

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Table of contents

1. Introduction: Religion and the Bush Presidency
Mark J. Rozell

2. Bush and the Christian Right: The Triumph of Pragmatism
Mark J. Rozell

Part I. Religion and the 2004 Election

3. “What Does the Lord Require?” Evangelicals and the 2004 Presidential Vote
Corwin Smidt, John C. Green, Lyman Kellstedt, James Guth

4. Catholics and the Politics of Change: The Presidential Campaigns of Two JFKs
John Kenneth White, William D’Antonio

5. The Mainline Protestant Vote
Laura R. Olson, Adam L. Warber

6. The Politics of the Religious Minorities Vote in the 2004 Elections
Paul A. Djupe, Eric McDaniel, Jacob R. Neiheisel

Part II. Religion and the Policies of the Bush Administration

7. Keeping the Charge: George W. Bush, the Christian Right, and the New Vital Center of American Politics
John W. Wells, David B. Cohen

8. The Politics of Faith-Based Initiatives
Amy E. Black, Douglas L. Koopman

9. Buying Black Votes? The GOP’s Faith-Based Initiative
Michael K. Fauntroy

10. Life Issues: Abortion, Stem-Cell Research, and the Case of Terry Schiavo
Ted G. Jelen

11. Evangelical “Internationalists” and U.S. Foreign Policy during the Bush Administration
Kevin R. Dulk

12. President George W. Bush and Judicial Restraint: Accommodating Religion
Nina Therese Kasniunas, Jack E. Rossotti

Keywords: Political Science and International Relations, European Politics, Social Aspects of Religion, Political Science, Political History, Religion and Society

Editor
 
Publisher
Springer
Publication year
2007
Language
en
Edition
1
Series
The Evolving American Presidency Series
Page amount
276 pages
Category
Society
Format
Ebook
eISBN (PDF)
9780230607354
Printed ISBN
978-1-349-53870-6

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