Seeking Strategy on Social Issues

Rightists agree on policy, but they differ on ways and means

To use a phrase that its members would appreciate, the New Right won attention as a voice crying in the wilderness—bewailing the moral decay of the nation, calling down the wrath of the righteous on those legislators who were in thrall to the golden calf of "secular humanism." Now it has elected enough people who echo its call for a return to the old values, to have a shot at writing those values into real legislation. Says Connie Marshner, a leader in the right-wing...

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