The Values Campaign? The Christian Right and the 2004 Elections

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Index
AARP Ohio, 61
Abbey, Edward, 216
abortion
in California, 218, 220
in Michigan, 100–102, 110
in Minnesota, 145
movement activists' positions regarding, 37–38
in Oklahoma, 205
polarizing effect, moderation of potential, 141
as a political issue compared to same-sex marriage, 72n1
positions of 2004 presidential candidates on, 67
Abraham, Spencer, 107–9
Abramowitz, Alan, 67–69
ACLU. See American Civil Liberties Union
activists
as agents of value in the 2004 campaign, 5, 22–23, 50–51
California political institutions that favor, 219
categories of, 27–28
demographic characteristics of, 30–33
information from past studies of, 23–24
issue priorities/positions of, 36–39
movement organizations and, 25–27, 48–50
networks of in Iowa, 131
Ohio, efforts in, 81, 83, 85–88
political activity of, 45–50
political process, belief in, 42–43
political style of, 40–45, 50
political views of, 34–40
religious characteristics of, 28–30
study of, sample and procedures for, 25
ADF. See Alliance Defense Fund
AFA. See American Family Association
AFL-CIO, in Ohio, 61
African Americans
Bush, support for, 19
the Christian Right and, 70–71
movement activists' positions regarding rights for, 39–40
same-sex marriage issue and, 19, 58, 63, 116
African Methodist Episcopal Church, 239
agents of value. See activists
Ahmanson, Howard, Jr., 229
Alliance Defense Fund (ADF), 26–28, 65–66, 85
Alliance for a Better Colorado, 192
Alliance for Marriage, 59, 85
Alliance of Colorado Families, 192
American Center for Law and Justice, 25–26, 52n4, 62, 85
American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU)
Michigan chapter, 110, 117, 122
State Question 711 in Oklahoma, opposition to, 210
American Family Association (AFA)
activists' favorability ranking of, 26–27
endorsement in the Florida senatorial primary, 167
of Michigan, 103–4, 115–16, 122
same-sex marriage, activity regarding, 62
of South Carolina, 243
Americans United to Preserve Marriage, 85, 206

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