Letters, Jun. 5, 1995


"Ralph Reed may be the right hand of Pat Robertson, but I'll be damned if either one of them is the right hand of God." ROB JOHNSON Mount Vernon, Washington

Thank you for introducing your readers to Ralph Reed, a tough and winsome advocate of a particular kind of theocracy [COVER STORY, May 15]. The trouble with Reed and the Christian Coalition is that while he is a very good diagnostician of the country's ills, he is a menace when it comes to public policy. There is no greater pathology in religion than that of confusing one's own...

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