Religion: Church & State

Regardless of whether there is still a great ''church vote" in the U. S. today, churchmen throughout the land like to think of themselves as potent opinion-makers in any election year. Although the 1936 Presidential campaign officially got under way only last week, U. S. men of God were already assuming their roles in it. Editorialized The Christian Evangelist, organ of the Disciples of Christ: "We do not recall any other recent Presidential contest in which the Ins and the Outs tried so vigorously to capture for their respective parties the sanctions...

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