God at the Grass Roots: The Christian Right in the 1994 Elections

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Index
Abraham, Spencer, 157-58, 162-64
Abramowitz, Alan, 255, 263
Achenberg, Robert, 96
ACTION, 78
AIDS, 38, 80, 118, 197
Alexander, Lamar, 207
Allen, George, 14, 113, 125-27, 262
Allen, Martha Stewart, 173, 177, 188
Allen, Roy, 65
Allied Business PAC, 213, 222
Amendment 2, 244
American Family Association, 8, 26, 36-37, 140
Andrews, V. C., 62
Arbuckle, Dean, 200, 201, 204, 207
Archer, Bill, 75
Ash, Jim, 26, 44
Associated Conservatives of Texas, 70
Atwater, Lee, 81, 205
Austin, Richard, 161
Bachtel, Douglas C., 65
Baden, Patricia Lopez, 173, 174, 181, 182, 184, 188
Badie, Rick, 32, 44
Bailey, Eric, 216, 225
Baker, Ross, 249
Baker, Tod A., 143, 144
Baliles, Gerald, 112, 130
Bandy, Lee, 142, 144
Baptist Bible Fellowship, 111, 254
Barber, Mary Beth, 213, 225
Barkley, Dean, 187
Barone, Michael, 110, 131, 171, 187, 188, 230-31, 249
Barr, Bob, 57
Barrett, Laurence I., 200, 207
Barszewski, Larry, 33, 44
Bartnett, Ron, 144
Barton, Joe, 78, 88
Bates, Tom, 244, 250
Bauer, Gary, 8, 93, 94, 105, 153, 205
Beaseley, David, 13, 133, 137-44
Bell, Daniel, 246, 249
Belli, Steve, 141, 144
Bennett, D. L., 54, 61, 65
Bennett, William, 255-56, 260
Bentsen, Lloyd, 75
Berke, Richard L., 19, 44, 174, 188, 229, 249
Berkman, Craig, 237
Beyer, Donald, 113
Bibby, John F., 102, 103, 105
Black, Earl, 134, 144
Black, J. L., 57
Black, Merle, 134, 144
Blakely, Tom, 224
Blanchard, James, 150, 156
Boatright, Susan R., 65
Bob Jones University, 134-37, 140
Bond, Jon R., 105
Bond, Rich, 191
Boren, David, 97
Boschwitz, Rudy, 171
Bosher, William C., Jr., 126
Boston, Rob, 199, 207
Bradley, Martin, 134, 144, 183, 188
Branstad, Terry, 14, 191, 195-204
Brewster, Bill, 91
Brogan, Frank, 33-34
Brooks, Jack, 75, 88
Brooks, Tyrone, 52
Brown, Kathleen, 216-18, 221
Brownstein, Ronald, 205, 207
Bruce, Steve, 44, 92, 105, 209, 254, 263
Bryant, Anita, 36
Buchanan, Patrick, 17, 193, 194, 260
Bursey, Brett, 137, 144
Bush, George, 20, 47, 71, 75, 82, 92, 93, 101, 126, 136, 138, 144, 151-52, 156, 172, 191-94, 255

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