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Examines the religious affiliations of voters and party elites and evaluates the claim that moral values were decisive in 2004. This book analyzes strategies used to mobilize religious conservatives and examines the voting behavior of a range of groups, including evangelicals, African-Americans, and the understudied religious left.
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