Table of contents for Onward Christian soldiers? : the religious right in American politics / Clyde Wilcox and Carin Larson.

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Contents
List of Illustrations00
Preface00
1
Introduction: The Christian Right in Context00
What Is the Christian Right? 00
The Context, 00
Conclusion and Overview of the Book, 00
2
Revivals and Revolution: The Christian Right in Twentieth-
Century America00
The Fundamentalist Religious Revolt, 00
The Fundamentalist Political Revolt, 00
The Anticommunist Crusades, 00
The Fundamentalist Right of the 1980s, 00
The Robertson Campaign, 00
The Christian Right, 1920-1990: Continuity and Change, 00
A Second Coming? The Christian Right, 1990-2005, 00
The Target Constituency of the Christian Right, 00
Conclusion, 00
3
The Christian Right in American Politics00
The Christian Right in the 1990s, 00
Christian Right Action in Electoral Politics, 00
Lobbying Government, 00
Conclusion, 00
4
Assessing the Christian Right00
Is the Christian Right "Rational"? 00
The Christian Right and American Democracy, 00
The Christian Right Agenda, 00
Conclusion, 00
What Is the Christian Right? 00
5
The Future of the Christian Right00
Can the Christian Right Expand? 00
Can the Christian Right Come to Power? 00
Premillennialists in the New Millennium, 00
Conclusion, 00
Discussion Questions00
Glossary00
Notes00
References00
About the Book and Author00
Index00

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Christianity and politics -- United States -- History -- 20th century.
Religious right -- United States.
United States -- Politics and government -- 1945-1989.
United States -- Politics and government -- 1989-.
United States -- Church history -- 20th century.