A Field Guide to the Culture Wars: The Battle over Values from the Campaign Trail to the Classroom

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A Field Guide to the
Culture Wars
The Battle over Values from the Campaign
Trail to the Classroom

Michael McGough

Religion, Politics, and Public Life

Under the auspices of the Leonard E. Greenberg Center for the Study of
Religion in Public Life, Trinity College, Hartford, CT

Mark Silk, Series Editor

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Series Foreword vii
  • Acknowledgments xi
  • Prologue - Wars and the Rumors of Wars xiii
  • Section One - Fighting Faiths 1
  • 1 - This I Believe 3
  • 2 - One Nation 11
  • 3 - Under God 21
  • 4 - In the Beginning 29
  • 5 - Male and Female He Created Them 35
  • 6 - Whose Life Is It Anyway? 43
  • Section Two - Opposing Armies 49
  • 7 - Field Marshals 51
  • 8 - Philosophers 65
  • 9 - Financiers 73
  • Section Three - Battlegrounds 79
  • 10 - Congress 81
  • 11 - The Campaign Trail 85
  • 12 - Courts 89
  • 13 - Classroom 93
  • 14 - Culture 99
  • 15 - Church 103
  • The Field Guide - Resources 111
  • Notes 129
  • Index 141
  • About the Author 145
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