The Family Values Movement by Samuel Willard Crompton


The Family Values Movement by Samuel Willard Crompton

The family values movement is a conservative movement that strongly supports traditional social values. Since 1980, the Republican Party has used the issue of family values to attract voters, and such organizations as the Christian Coalition and the American Family Association have tied the movement to Christianity and thus believe that Christian values should play more important roles in everyday society. This new book offers students an objective look at this important movement, which has wielded great influence on the political landscape as well as attracted major controversy from its critics.

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120 pages


Samuel Willard Crompton
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Publication date

15th February 2008



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