List of Tables
|1.1 A Typology of Church-State Positions||25|
|2.1 Religion and Religiosity among the Mass Public||37|
|2.2 Religion and Religiosity among Elites||43|
|2.3 Mass Attitudes on Religion and Society||45|
|2.4 Elite Attitudes on Religion and Society||46|
|2.5 Mainline and Evangelical Differences:
|3.1 Social Characteristics and Abstract Views
|3.2 Multivariate Analysis of Abstract Church-State
Items (logistic regression)||73|
|4.1 Public Attitudes on Establishment Issues||78|
|4.2 Concrete Establishment Issues by Abstract Positions||81|
|4.3 The Sources of Support for Church-State Separation,
Williamsburg Charter Survey||90|
|4.4 The Sources of Support for Church-State Separation,
Washington Area Survey||91|
|4.5 Religious Sources of Concrete Establishment Opinions||95|
|4.6 Elite Positions on Abstract Establishment Issues||99|
|4.7 Elite Support for Separation on Concrete Issues||100|
|4.8 Evangelical-Mainline Split among Protestant Ministers,
Support for Separation on Specific Issues||103|
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Book title: Public Attitudes toward Church and State.
Contributors: Ted G. Jelen - Author, Clyde Wilcox - Author.
Publisher: M. E. Sharpe.
Place of publication: Armonk, NY.
Publication year: 1995.
Page number: ix.
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