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Religion and politics in the United States /

Kenneth D. Wald.

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Main Author: Wald, Kenneth D.
Published: New York : St. Martin's Press, c1987.
Topics: Religion and politics - United States - History - 20th century.
Regions: United States - Religion - 1960- | United States - Politics and government - 1981-1989
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245 10|aReligion and politics in the United States /|cKenneth D. Wald.
260 0 |aNew York :|bSt. Martin's Press,|cc1987.
300 |axiv, 301 p. ;|c24 cm.
500 |aSpine title: Religion & politics in the United States.
504 |aIncludes bibliographies and index.
505 00|tA Secular Society --|tThe Puzzle of Religious Vitality --|tThe Persistence of Religion --|tPossible Explanations --|tWhy the United States? --|tReligion and Politics: Points of Contact --|tUnderstanding Religion --|tIncentives: The Causes of Religious Intervention in Politics --|tOpportunity: How Government Structure Encourages Political Action by Churches --|tReligion as a Political Resource --|tLimits on Religious Influence in Politics --|tReligion and American Political Culture --|tThe Puritan Imprint on Colonial Thought --|tCovenant Theology and the Right to Revolt --|tPuritanism and Democracy: A Qualification --|t"Total Depravity" and Institutional Restraint --|tOne Nation under God: A Civil Religion --|tCivil Religion as a Double-edged Sword --|tReligion and the State --|tThe Genesis of Church-State Conflict --|tOverview of Church-State Relations --|tHow Far Can Government Go? --|tRaising the Wall of Separation --|tMaking Sense of the Establishment Clause --|tExtending Free-exercise Claims --|tA Free-exercise Standard --|tThe Politics of Church-State Relations --|tLoosening the Establishment Clause --|tBacking Away from Free Exercise --|tCan We Do Better? --|tReligion and American Public Policy --|tInterest Group Activities --|tThe Question of Representation --|tPaths of Influence --|tThe Judiciary --|tThe President's Religion --|tReligion as a Political Issue --|tLimitations on Religious Influence --|tReligious Activism in Politics: Costs and Benefits --|tThe Religious Dimension of American Political Behavior --|tPatterns of Religious Affiliation.
650 0|aReligion and politics|zUnited States|xHistory|y20th century.
651 0|aUnited States|xReligion|y1960-
651 0|aUnited States|xPolitics and government|y1981-1989
740 01|aReligion & politics in the United States.

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