Catholics and Politics: The Dynamic Tension between Faith and Power

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ILLUSTRATIONS
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2.1Catholics, the Christian Right, and the GOP: Religious Distribution of Respondents in Each State32
2.2Support for the Christian Right by Religious Tradition33
2.3Mean Evaluation of Specific Persons34
2.4Sources of Support for the Christian Right among Catholics—Logistic Regression Analysis35
2.5Christian Right Republicans and Issue Positions35
2.6Differences in Issue Positions between Catholics and Non-Catholics in the Christian Right37
3.1Parish and Pastor Information46
5.1The Stability of U.S. Catholics' Attitudes on Social, Political, and Moral Issues, 2002 and 200678
5.2Consideration of Church Statements and the Importance of One's Own Conscience83
5.3Factor Analysis84
5.4Regression Models86
6.1Ideological Breakdown of Catholics and Non-Catholics, 1972–2004106
6.2Logit Model Predicting Democratic Party Identification in 2004108
7.1Latinos and Church Activity in Political Issues116
7.2Political Activities of Church in Last Five Years117
7.3Religiosity of Latino Catholics118
7.4Determinants of Support for Religious Involvement in Politics among Latino Catholics121
8.1Number of Votes Cast in the House and Senate on Abortion-Related Issues136

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