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📙 For God's Sake: The Christian Right and US Foreign Policy by Lee Marsden — free pdf


Religious fundamentalism and it's role in US foreign policy is seemingly unstoppable. In For God's Sake, Lee Marsden argues that the religious "core values" of middle America have potentially disastrous consequences for the United States and the world in the coming century. Marsden looks at how the religious right has gained its influence with America's powerful elite through campaign contributions, lobbying and policy-making. He also claims that it is through a much wider program of popular media campaigns that the Christian right has entrenched its values in much of American society. Finally, For God's Sake considers the negative impact which this influence is having on the environment, democracy and human rights.



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  • Author: Lee Marsden
  • Year: 2008
  • Publisher: Zed Books
  • Language: English
  • ISBN: 1842778846,9781842778845,9781842778852

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