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The Christian right or the religious right are conservative Christian political factions that are characterized by their strong support of socially conservative policies.

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The Moral Majority became the most prominent organization in the religious right soon after Jerry Falwell founded it in 1979. Targeting the Republican base, the ...

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May 27, 2014 ... One of the most durable myths in recent history is that the religious right, the coalition of conservative evangelicals and fundamentalists, ...

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Other books may chronicle the history of the Christian Right, but few other works succeed so well in taking readers inside the mind of conservative evangelicals ...

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The phrase Religious Right refers to a loose network of political actors, religious organizations, and political pressure groups that formed in the United States in ...

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The Religious Right (or sometimes called the Christian Right) is a phrase sometimes used to describe Christian political groups or activists that take socially ...

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Feb 6, 2019 ... The "Religious Right" (known to some as the "religious wrong") are a voting bloc comprising religiously-motivated right-wing conservatives ...

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Apr 4, 2019 ... The movement generally referred to in the U.S. as the Religious Right came of age in the late 1970s. While it's extremely diverse and shouldn't ...

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Nov 6, 2018 ... Two years into Trump's tumultuous presidency, evangelical Christians remain some of his most loyal supporters.