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The most dangerous man in America? : Pat Robertson and the rise of the Christian Coalition

Author: Rob Boston
Publisher: Amherst, N.Y. : Prometheus Books, 1996.
Edition/Format:   Book : Biography : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Televangelist Pat Robertson has built one of the most powerful religious-political movements in American history. His Christian Coalition's empire extends across the nation, encompasses nearly every media form, has legal and educational outlets, and is now so influential that presidential hopefuls court its favor. Despite this, many Americans are unaware of Robertson's extremism or his theocratic agenda. Government  Read more...
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Named Person: Pat Robertson; Pat Robertson; Pat Robertson
Material Type: Biography
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Rob Boston
ISBN: 1573920533 9781573920537
OCLC Number: 34079082
Description: 248 pages ; 23 cm
Contents: Why should we care about Pat Robertson? --
Beginnings --
President Pat? --
The two faces of the Christian Coalition --
The Christian Coalition: on the road to victory? --
Pat Robertson's new world order --
The world according to Pat Robertson --
Big business --
The American Center for Law and Justice: Pat Robertson's legal "SWAT team" --
Closing thoughts.
Responsibility: Robert Boston.

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Televangelist Pat Robertson has built one of the most powerful religious-political movements in American history. His Christian Coalition's empire extends across the nation, encompasses nearly every media form, has legal and educational outlets, and is now so influential that presidential hopefuls court its favor. Despite this, many Americans are unaware of Robertson's extremism or his theocratic agenda. Government under Robertson's control would regress to a point where freedom for gays, women, and even those Christians who do not espouse Robertson's own brand of fundamentalism would be virtually nonexistent. And with the Christian Coalition's current hold over the Republican party, Robertson himself would not have to be in the White House to have control. By examining Robertson's own words, author Robert Boston exposes the Christian Coalition's ultimate goal of destroying the wall that separates church and state.

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